I delivered my baby 1 month, 15 days ago and i am still bleeding, is that normal? besides when will it be safe to have sex again?”
By six weeks after you give birth, your bleeding should have stopped or slowed to just a trickle. If it hasn’t, you need to call your doctor. Prolonged bleeding could be the sign of a medical problem, such as an infection, undetected trauma to the uterus, cervix, or vagina during delivery, or a sign of not having passed all of the afterbirth. Every woman who has given birth needs to have a postpartum checkup at about six weeks to make sure that her body is healing properly. If you develop a temperature or the bleeding gets heavier, call your doctor immediately, even if it’s not during office hours. You should not have intercourse again until a medical professional has told you it’s safe to.