My wife had a c-section about 3 weeks ago. During the section, the surgeon nicked her bladder. She had to wear a cathater for a week. She's a home and her incision is nearly totally closed (she's a slow healer), but she keeps having bad pain (she describes as "gas pain") that comes instantly and just goes away as quick as it came. The weird thing is that she's having brownish blood in her stools from time to time. She also tells me that she's having diarreah a lot, and when her stools are not watery, they are painful.. in her abdomen, not her rectum. She's been on ibuprofin (800mg) since the surgery, and I guess the blood could be from that maybe? Sould we be concerned? I'm scheduling an appointment for her next week, but should I take her in to be seen before that? Any ideas on what this could be, and if I should be overly concerned?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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