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Have slight abdominal pain and watery spotting. Had c-section. Noticed periods frequently. Normal?

Hope yes, I have had c-section 18 months ago and now i have light abdominal pain and light wathery spoting, what may couse this? Is it because of the c-section or somthing else, my last period last for couple days and it was very dark brown, after it was over i get my period back in a couple days again???? Please let me know if this is normal or i should go and see a doctor. Thanks a lot!!!
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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It is not likely to be due to cesarean section, as there is a long time interval between the two events. in the current situation the number one possibility to exclude is pregnancy & second is infection. I suggest you should have a pregnancy test preferably a blood test & a trans-vaginal ultrasound. These two tests are likely to give you some helpful clues about the current situation.
You should see a doctor & report the above. Doctor may do a swab test as well to exclude the possibility of infection.
Hope this clears your concerns.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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