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Its been 8 months since I've had a cesarean delivery and I still continue to have a discharge which consist of dark brownish blood. I really don't know what to do but I've been treated it like its my menstrual cycle. Is there any advice? Should I seek an OBGYN doctor for examination or could this be a normal thing. I don't think so.
This occurs each day of the month, maybe less a couple of days.

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Look, I think you should definitely have it checked. It is not normal that you experience the discharge 8 months following caesarian.
I also had bleeding and discharge after my c-section but it lasted for a month. It was red at first but then it slowly went to yellowish.

I don’t know what the cause of your bleeding may be, haven’t you have it checked at all since it started? I wouldn’t be playing with such long bleedings?

Are you just bleeding with no irritations or were you having an intercourse or something that is provoking the bleeding?

I know that most bleedings last up to six weeks and that would be it. I think you should have it checked.
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That sounds like part of the placenta may still be in your body if you are still having discharge. This should have been looked after a long time ago. by scheduling an ultrasound. If this is a US site I feel sorry for you guys, as you become more hesitant to see a doctor because it costs. A day after being released from hospital a nurse should visit & ask you questions & check you & then 1 week after the child is born mother & baby get checked & then 6 weeks later mother has to get a full check-up & these concerns should have been addressed & resolved, inbetween some doctors would like to see you more often & then every month baby gets checked & you should also get checked for healing especially C-sections & this should be free in most commonwealth countries. Too bad about the US though, people get ill & get worse because they are scared it will cost them. Healthcare should never be about money, humanity should come before it.
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