What are the signs and symptoms of the Retained placenta?

The most common sign of retained placenta is the failure of the placenta to leave the body within half an hour after delivery. Symptoms of this retained placenta include delayed and heavy bleeding, discharge of clots, initially followed by fever, a foul smell discharge for the vagina that contains large pieces of tissue, the persistence of heavy bleeding and persistence of severe pain.

Question: Retained placenta can cause delayed  expression of breast milk  supply YES /NO

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