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    Wow that's quiet a long time. I think I was a month or two until I has completely stopped all pain and bleeding. I would get a 2nd opinion from a different doctor and try and see a gyno

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    Is it possible the blood is from your skin on cervix? Cervical ectropian it's called. Often you would bleed after a Pap smear. Does it feel like a paper cut in there? If it is it's ok. It's just something people get from overload of hormones from the pill and/or pregnancy. Maybe ask your gp to see if they can have a look at it

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    I had a 2nd degree tear with DS and it healed well no issues. We DTD after 8 weeks or so and i did bleed a few times. I also had quite a heavy feeling afterwards. I think they sewed me up "tighter" than I used to be.

    This lasted a few months and then I didn't have any more issues. I would be seeing your GP after having troubles for so long.

    How much blood are you talking?
    Mine was very little each time, pretty much like a papercut amount.

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    I had a third degree tear repaired in surgery back in August, following forceps. I am seeing a gynae at the beginning of June as still have a lot of pain when DTD. Which admittedly has only been three times because the pain puts me off. And slight bleeding but only a tiny bit. I'm not sure what they can do but it's not a situation I can live with.
    Definitely see a gynae to see what they say

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    Quote Originally Posted by caribbean View Post
    I had a 2nd degree tear with DS and it healed well no issues. We DTD after 8 weeks or so and i did bleed a few times. I also had quite a heavy feeling afterwards. I think they sewed me up "tighter" than I used to be.

    This lasted a few months and then I didn't have any more issues. I would be seeing your GP after having troubles for so long.

    How much blood are you talking?
    Mine was very little each time, pretty much like a papercut amount.
    It's only a little bit if blood, it's exactly like a little paper cut. I was hoping this would go away too, but no. 😔

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    I had a third degree tear repaired in surgery back in August, following forceps. I am seeing a gynae at the beginning of June as still have a lot of pain when DTD. Which admittedly has only been three times because the pain puts me off. And slight bleeding but only a tiny bit. I'm not sure what they can do but it's not a situation I can live with.
    Definitely see a gynae to see what they say
    It puts me off too, Bondgirl. It is only a little bit of blood too but it hurts! It's affecting that side of our relationship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    Is it possible the blood is from your skin on cervix? Cervical ectropian it's called. Often you would bleed after a Pap smear. Does it feel like a paper cut in there? If it is it's ok. It's just something people get from overload of hormones from the pill and/or pregnancy. Maybe ask your gp to see if they can have a look at it
    Thanks Kazza. I'm pretty sure it's coming from the scar. It hurts more in the perineum than anywhere else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitrusRain View Post
    Definitely see a gyno hun. You don't want to be sore and bleeding if it can be helped.
    Thank you. Looks like I'm in the market for a gyno!!


 

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