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    great I was hoping it was normal. Now I'm scared.

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    And I don't have any doctor but my gp. How do I find the right kind of doctor to check it?

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    Channy hun don't be scared. Probably just an issue with how it was stitched perhaps. Maybe it's creating friction? I sometimes have a little blood too but mine is also painful. I have scar tissue left after my 3c tear and repair so that's apparently the cause.

    I only have my GP, so that's why I was saying go and ask for a referral as not sure how else you get in to see a Gynae other than doing this if you don't already have one.

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    Sorry tmi but when I touch it is quite rough where they stitched

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    Most of the time you will need a referral from your GP to get an appt with a gynae. I hope it's an easy fix for you

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    My obgyn works at the Ashford specialist centre. She is lovely, if you want her name.

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    Channy, nothing to be scared about. See your GP and ask for a referral to an OBGYN. The OBGYN will have a quick look and give you a management plan immediately. No need to be frightened.

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    Thanks ladies. I just assumed the friction sort of irritated the area. I can't imagine what they'll do to fix it but worth finding out

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    Hi ladies! Sorry I don't get in here much anymore (Facebook either) life is just nuts and I'm trying to make a conscious effort to stay offline more

    We are doing well. C is 11 months this week. Got a cake smash booked this week, going to use photos for Cs birthday invites. C still isnt crawling but is wanting to stand a lot and trying to cruise furniture now.DD has broken her arm so it's been crazy town here.

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    Waiting, he's so cute


 

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