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TheSugarComa 3 kids; Joliette, Quebec 11164 posts
25th Oct '10

no fever is usually very good news. and it all seems normal.

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Wesley Robert's momma 1 child; Indiana 3626 posts
25th Oct '10

Ok thanks ladies. I'm glad it's normal. :)

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25th Oct '10
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Mohani 2 kids; Charleston, South Carolina 1528 posts
25th Oct '10

WHEN TO CALL YOUR DOCTOR
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Call Your Doctor Immediately:



  • If you develop a fever.
  • If you begin bright red bleeding after your lochia has changed to brown or yellow.
  • If you notice redness, tenderness or a hot feeling lump in your breasts.
  • If you develop a foul-smelling vaginal discharge.
  • If you notice increased pain in your episiotomy.
  • If you notice a drainage or redness in your abdominal incision.
  • If you are depressed, have loss of appetite, extreme mood swings, uncontrollable crying, or feelings that you want to hurt your baby.
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