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I have done cesarean 3 moths back and getting sweating before passing motion what was te reason and how to cure it
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Are u having constipation,this May b due to constipation. Please consult as after ceasarian constipation is to b avoided for at least 6 months because it may hamper healing.
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Check you blood pressure.  If it's ok than no need to worry.  Or maybe due to post delivery constipation due to spinal anaesthesia
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Duohalac syrup at night To avoid constipation
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R u Straining to pass motion
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Need few more details Kindly consult
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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