How long does a cat continue to bleed after giving birth?
They can bleed for 3-5 days after giving birth. It is not uncommon for the bleeding to continue for up to 7 days.
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Depends on the person and how many children you have had already
chihuahua's normally need caesers because the puppies are too big to be born naturally. the breed is so selectively bread. it is therefore 'cruel' to put them through this pur…posefully... i dont know how long it takes for them to stop bleeding. they shouldn't be bleeding! and for such a small dog it is very dangerous for them to be bleeding. seek veterinary assistance if this is happening.
It is about 65 days so around 2 months maybe a bit more
The bleeding should lessen after the first few days but can continue about 6weeks. It will get lighter and lighter till it's just pinkish discharge.
About 2 to 5 days if any longer please call your vet
Bleeding should stop after she begins nursing the pups, except for some seepage. If it keeps up longer than a day, check with your vet.
It is depend upon hamster, better to give a anti baitic in it's food and little milk, so the bleeding will stop soon or your hamster can die also. Take care of it.
Each cat is different, just like humans but almost every cat,with her first litter will have a bit of bleeding.it should not be a lot ,but she might leave an occasional blood …spots wherever she is sitting,but should clear up after a few days. my cat gave birth yesterday after she gave birth of all of the kittens she bleed a bit . i think two table spoons. don't worry she's fine but it should be a lot of blood.
What is the cause if you get your first period six months after giving birth and continues to bleed?
It just means that you are having a period again. Nothing bad. Trust me I know.
No, but sorry they don't because I had a female cat and it didn't but when it had kittens it was like a blood minefield so no but I'm sorry
You should take her into the Veterinarian to have her checked out after whelping. Did she pass all her placentas for each pup? She should not be bleeding hardly at all. Get he…r checked out by your Vet. Take the pups with her and have them checked out too. Keep them all warm, put some hot water bottles under the blankets of the box you carry them in. Make sure there are plenty of blankets between the pups and the hot water bottles so they don't burn their skin.
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yes because they are the same as us and we do so so do they.
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A cow shouldn't be bleeding after giving birth. She may have a torn uterus, so you'd better get the vet out ASAP.
After delivering a child you will bleed for 6 weeks or longer. It is called lochia and it will slow down and diminish during the 6 weeks from a bright red to a dark brown. If …you are referring to how long will it take until you have a menstrual cycle after delivering a child the answer is anywhere from 6 weeks after delivery up to a year, depending on if you are nursing your child exclusively.
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A cat really shouldn't "bleed" after delivering kittens. A small amount of old blood discharge may be seen but no real bleeding should occur. Kittens are attached to the mothe…rs uterus while developing via a placenta. This is a blood rich connection through which the developing kitten gets all its nutrients before it is born. When the placenta separates they may be a small amount of blood released. Any mother cat discharging an amount over a teaspoon of bright red blood the day after birth should be seen by a licenced Veterinarian. When a cat is giving birth the mother should be observed to make sure each kittens placenta is discharged after the kitten is delivered. A retained placenta will cause a systemic infection that can kill nursing kittens and mother cat.
there actually isn't a perferred time but I would say like a day really!