C Section Pain After 6 Months

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Recovery After A C Section - Have The Best Recovery After A C Section

Have you just had, or are about to undergo, a c section? Are you worried about how the recovery will affect you physically? Here are a few tips to ensure that you have the best recovery possible after a c section.


With the increase in frequency of c sections it is really easy to forget that a cesarean section is major abdominal surgery and that a full recovery does rely on several factors.

It will take 4-6 weeks for the initial scar to heal enough for you to even contemplate doing anything other than the basics of caring for baby. During this time it is really important to lift nothing heavier than your baby until the external wound has had a chance to heal over. Using the vacuum cleaner, hanging washing out or playing sports are definitely discouraged.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Is it normal to have c-section incision site pain 6 months after birth?
    I had a c-section 6 months ago. This is my second period since the birth. I am having abnormal very heavy bleeding, cramps, and pain at inscion site. Whay is this happening? Thanks.
    Im not asking my doctor because it is 1245...and she is not awake and apparently this is the hours where dickheads answer questions. I was hoping a doctor may use Yahoo Answers, because Im a corpsman and I'm using Yahoo Answers.

    • ANSWER:
      the real question is - why aren't you asking your doctor about this?

  2. QUESTION:
    I'm having pain 6 months after my C Section? Please help, I'll pick "best answer"!?
    Sorry if this is too graphic. I had a C section about 6 months ago with my son...I healed up fine except once in a while I get REALLY bad lower stomach pains and burning when I have to go to the bathroom (#2) ...It feels like someone is ripping my intestines out. Any suggestions on what this might be from? Anyone had anything similar? I never had this problem until after I had a c section...sometimes it gets so bad it makes me cry. The pain is awful on a scale 9/10... I heard maybe taking fiber would help? If you know anything please help!

    • ANSWER:
      It could be an infection starting. Not to get into all the details but I ended up with a raging infection about a week after my C section. I was practically doubled over and shaking because of septic shock. They did a sonogram and were shocked at how bad it was. I was on antibiotics for over a month that I had to inject into a tube they put in my arm. They wanted me in the hospital but my daughter was a preemie and still in NICU. If they admitted me I wouldn't be able to see her.
      Point being, if it is an infection starting, it could turn serious if you keep ignoring it. Best to make an appointment and have them check it out.

  3. QUESTION:
    Is it normal to have pain and bleeding 6 months after a c section?
    It's been 6 + months since my c section and I feel discomfort along the muscle incision, not the scar. Most days it it tolerable but sometimes if I jog or do sit ups or even just push on the area it really hurts and I spot for about 3 days after. My Dr. just keeps saying its normal. Any advice?

    • ANSWER:
      My last c-section was 9 years ago, and I still have pains from it sometimes but I have never bled after any activity. I've had 2 sections. It is not normal to have vaginal bleeding after you do any exercise that affects the area around your c-section. I would get another doctor. You may need to have an ultrasound. Your bleeding maybe a warning sign.


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