The third year of the planter, the second year began to menstruation is not normal, each time is about twelve days, do ultrasound several times did not find the problem, take medicine can not be adjusted, suspected of scar diverticulum, at present, except for menstruation time is long, no symptoms, ask at present first not treatment can be
Three years after cesarean section, ultrasound did not find abnormalities, each period is a long time, the amount is not much, if the amount is not much can not need to intervene, if the amount of bleeding is much is the need for surgical treatment, but the effect of surgical treatment is not very ideal
If a diverticulum is suspected of causing prolonged menstrual cycles, it is easy to develop anemia. It is advisable to undergo hysteroscopy to confirm the diagnosis and then undergo scarring diverticulum repair surgery to avoid complications due to long menstrual cycles.
You can do a hysteroscopy to see.You will know if you have a cesarean diverticulum. It is okay not to treat it, but to treat it you need to do surgery.Remove the scar and grow it again.Of course it is possible to leave it untreated, but in fact the uterine incision is not healing well.