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    I just had my first bubs and lost 2.4 litres of blood because of haemorraging. Its a scary feeling and I'm still a bit freaked out but telling myself at least we're both okay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Violet85 View Post
    I just had my first bubs and lost 2.4 litres of blood because of haemorraging. Its a scary feeling and I'm still a bit freaked out but telling myself at least we're both okay.
    Xx


    It is scary as hell. That's a sh!tload of blood!! I thought 2 litres was a lot. I am glad you and bub are ok.

    I am 36 weeks now with bubs no. 3 and getting more and more worried that it will happen again. I asked the midwife the other day at our hospital tour what is the reason for haemmoraging and I was told that they don't know for sure. In some women, the uterus doesn't contract fast enough, hence the loss of blood, so I guess some of us just bleed. They have a plan, but still its a bit of a scary thought.

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    Hi Marchbundle, I was wondering what the outcome was, whether you had a third PPH? I'm in the same situation now (third bub not due till mid next year) I'm already starting to get anxious about it. Hope it all went well


 

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