I was wondering if anyone who has had a baby has experienced this: I am constantly passing air through my vagina. It is really getting annoying considering how constant it is. Sometimes I swear you can hear it. I had stopped bleeding about 1 week post partum and was fine for about 4 days (still passing air though) and then I started bleeding again and still am. I was just wondering about this air thing - what is it from? Is it normal? Thanks.
Oh, my little girl was born may 5th 7lb 7 oz 19.5 inches. She is such a joy!!!!
Congratulations, I wish I could help but I had a C-section. Maybe it's just left over air from your Uterus. I know I had a lot of trapped air that gave me huge jabs for a couple months after my dd was born. Good luck in the responses.
Congrats on your baby girl! I have the same birthday!
I also had the 'passing air' after both of my vaginal deliveries....I also remember it to be quite annoying as well. It does go away. Like I forgot about it until I read your post. Give it a few months, it won't happen anymore.
I had a c section 6 months ago and I too (still) am having gas passing through my vagina . Not too often ,but it really freaked me out. I heard on line it could be a tear somewhere in the vaginal wall ? Two gyn doctors had no answers for it except that it migh be air from the uterus. I m seeking more advise. Mabe it will go away on its own. No one else that I ve talked to heard of such a thing; until I crossed by this website.
i too am having the air coming out of my vagina after delivering my 2nd baby. My gynac told it can only be a fistula and i went and did a test called barium enema where they try to find out the fistula. Its a very uncomfortable test. the test came negative..but that doesnt mean its not there. It could even be a pin hole size the doctor said. Im praying its not the case. Its nice to read ur comments saying that it goes away. i hope mine goes away too soon. Im 2 months after delivering my baby
yah i absolutelgoy had tht experience for long time probably around 4 or 5 mths
but not that frequent ..whichever way it will go away and u will feel normal
i passed a lot of air that way, and i had my private part vey weird ..like very open for long time , so on..i had a v aginal delivery
but u will get out of everything soon..\
now i dont see anything unusual i am 8 months postpartum
enjoy the baby..for u , u need time give sometime and eveyrthing will be allright .belive me i was dead worried about a lot of unusual stuff going on down there finall y i am fully normal now
congrats on ur bundle of joy
I just came across this website while researching...all along i was thinking, something must be wrong with me! these unpleasant sounds can't be normal. Now i know i am not alone. My only issue now is this, my last child is almost 9 mths. old and the problem still persist. My first born is 2yrs 2mths and both kids were c-section. Is there hope for me? I noticed all the moms who had this experience said it will stop in a matter of few months, mine is over 9mths.
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