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Have severe pain in scar and tummy along with discharge. Had C-section and was on antibiotics. Is this normal?

Hi, I had a c-section 4 weeks ago. In the week after the section I was put on a course of antibiotics for a low-grade infection in the lining of womb. This morning I woke to yellow discharge and bright yellow lumps in it and when I wipe. I also have severe pain in my scar and my tummy area. I was wondering is this anything to be concerned about or is this normal? Thanks
Asked On : Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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The above said details goes in the favour of wound infection..
Causes for this may be
1.improper and inadequate dosage of antibiotics
2.improper hygiene in that area

Consult microbiologist and go for culture sensitivity of the yellow discharge/pus.
And according to that use antibiotics regularly,,
The wound infection may go in due course of time
thank you
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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