It is normal to bleed after you have given birth. Normally, the uterus sheds the extra tissue and blood that supported the development of your baby to replace a new lining. It is called lochia. However, heavy bleeding might continue for more than a week, and when it happens is known as postpartum hemorrhage. Postpartum Hemorrhage in detail Postpartum hemorrhage refers to the more than usual bleeding after the birth of a baby. It happens within the first 12 weeks after delivery. The chances of a postpartum hemorrhage occurring after a cesarean birth are higher than natural birth. It occurs mostly after the placenta is delivered. What are the symptoms of postpartum Hemorrhage? Unusual large blood clots, the size of an…

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