A C section means a Cesarean surgery that is used for delivering a baby. Usually, a baby is delivered only using a normal delivery. A normal delivery means the baby pushes itself through the birth canal and the woman delivers the baby through her vagina. However, in a C section, which not a natural process, the baby is delivered by cutting open the mother's womb and taking out the baby manually. So, the doctors make an incision into the abdomen first and then the uterus.
Obviously, there is going to be a lot of blood that is flowing out. However different women have different ways of how their body reacts. If you have had some inherent health problem like diabetes, then the bleeding could be more because the body does not heal fast. In a normal woman, the wounds should heal very fast and also the blood should stop oozing out the moment an incision is made.
Some amount of blood oozing occurs the moment the incision is made. This is normal in any C section surgery. Doctors also give some preventive medications to minimize the oozing. Also, the patients are given local anesthesia without affecting the unborn child. Blood flow is normal and therefore spouses accompanying the child birth should be prepared to see the incisions and the blood flow. Doctors try their best to conceal it, but it is totally pointless. The incision depends on the size of the baby which is further determined through an ultrasound taken instantaneously and also the blood flow depends on the incision that is being made.
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