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Bleeding after delivery
It is being 3 months after normal delivery that i am facing continuous bleeding. Is it normal or there is some other problem because bleeding has not stop even for a day. After 1.5 months it was very slow but from last 6 days days it is normal bleeding as usual. Please suggest some remedy or is there any problem in it. What could be the possible solutions, kindly suggest.
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HELLO, INJ TRENEXA ONE AMPLE IM STATE FOLLOWED BY ONE IN EVENING. FOLLOWED BY TAB TRENEXA 500 THREE TIMES A DAY AFTER FOOD FOR FIVE TO SEVEN DAYS.CONSULT AS INTERNAL EXAMINATION IS NEEDED.OK.
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The bleed red, brown or white in colour?
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It is not normal... seems that after delivery care is not proper
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