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I had lochia for a month and I started bleeding again 2 days after it stopped. It's been 3 weeks and I'm still bleeding. Is it normal?
Irregular periods: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections & hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test . There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby is born 7 weeks ago normally . For 4.5 weeks i had lochia and stopped, then after a gap of 14 days it started & still going on from last 13 day.
Yes!: It will disappear, but n the field of the obstetrics, lochia is the vaginal discharge after giving birth (puerperium) containing blood, mucus, and uterian tissue. It is always common after childbirth. Most recommend no sexual activity for two weeks! the "lochia" itself poses no health issues, if a partner understands! ...Read more
Heavy bleeding, pain: Lochia is normal after having a baby, regardless of vaginal delivery, c-section, breastfeeding or bottle. Heavier bleeding should settle down within 5-10 days of the birth, but lighter bleeding & discharge can continue for 4-6 weeks. Contact your OB or midwife if the heavy bleeding is enough to soak through a pad an hour, continues past 10 days, or if you have pain, fever or odor. ...Read more
Yes.: Lochia usually refers to the discharge or bleeding that a woman has after her delivery. Therefore, I'm assuming that you are asking, when the Depo-Provera is given in the immediate post-partum period, can you have break through bleeding? After the injection, break through bleeding or spotting is common. ...Read more
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I am 53yr old gyney RN , who has had bx metaplastic changes to my endocervix. Continual small watery sangueous lochia. Bx neg for malignancy. Sugges?
Cannot say: Suggest you see your ob/gyn and have them examine you. Do not fool around with this. ...Read more