Childbirth is a complicated process and no matter how modern the medicine is every baby born is a miracle in the end. Until the doctor finds the baby and the mother alive, the situation is really tense. Different people react differently to childbirth.
Some women deliver children without any pain, and also the birth is as natural as possible. Some women face excessive bleeding after childbirth. The reason is that there could have been blood stored in the uterus, and along with the baby the blood is also coming out. This blood if it remains in the uterus is not safe for the body. It is better that it comes out. Different women have different metabolism structure and the amount of blood and placenta stored in the uterus is an individual thing.
When the baby is delivered, the placenta and the womb’s blood also come out along with the baby. A woman may bleed for an average of a week to 14 days after delivering a baby. This has nothing to do with the menstrual periods. After bleeding so much, the woman may still get her periods at the regular time. Depending on her metabolism, she may not get the menstrual periods as long as she is breast feeding. So, different women have different metabolism rates. How much blood a womb would stores is unique to every woman. For some women, the bleeding can be very little and for some women it may be more. There is nothing to panic because everything is considered normal.
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