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    Congrats @Chiefsgirl and love the name!

    Random question for other ladies, sorry if TMI, had my Pap smear today and there was some bleeding during and still some pink spotting going on. This has never happened before and definitely not AF. Anyone had this happen! I'm freaking out a little bit had some pre-cancerous cells ablated many years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissDa View Post
    Congrats @Chiefsgirl and love the name!

    Random question for other ladies, sorry if TMI, had my Pap smear today and there was some bleeding during and still some pink spotting going on. This has never happened before and definitely not AF. Anyone had this happen! I'm freaking out a little bit had some pre-cancerous cells ablated many years ago.
    Dr Google not very helpful
    @MissDa I've had some spotting after a pap smear before, i don't think its anything to worry about (I've also had some pre-cancerous cells removed many years ago)

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    @MissDa ive had this. I get spotting now even from u/s for follicle counts. I think its all the fish oil vit e and aspirin im on. Although ive stopped the aspirin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefsgirl View Post
    Hi ladies sorry for the late posting and thanks to @BlondeinBrisvegas for letting you all know that my princess arrived last night.

    I had to have three lots of gel to get labour started, but the contractions did nothing to get my cervix ok for birth. Totally posterior and hard, so no breaking of waters or drip avail. Ob suggested c section so we did.

    Adalyn was born at 7.38pm and weighed 3.5kg or 7lb8oz and was 51cm long.

    We are completely besotted and both of us balled during the birth.

    She has some mucus on the lungs - common with c-section and not interested in the boob yet, but is very content in my arms.

    Attachment 80294

    Hope the attached doesn't upset anyone.

    Thanks so much for thinking of us and your kind wishes today, totally melts the heart that so many care about us xxx

    Oh @Chiefsgirl! Look at your precious baby girl! She is absolutely beautiful hon. A massive congratulations to you and DH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    @MissDa I've had some spotting after a pap smear before, i don't think its anything to worry about (I've also had some pre-cancerous cells removed many years ago)
    Ditto @MissDa and after the last one I had a bit of cramping - I figure just all the drugs. It settled after a few hours. Results all clear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissDa View Post
    Congrats @Chiefsgirl and love the name!

    Random question for other ladies, sorry if TMI, had my Pap smear today and there was some bleeding during and still some pink spotting going on. This has never happened before and definitely not AF. Anyone had this happen! I'm freaking out a little bit had some pre-cancerous cells ablated many years ago.
    Dr Google not very helpful

    Yep, I've had it happen a couple of times love. My Doctor says it's completely normal

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    Ok, so I went to see my Doctor to tell him about Righty. He asked how long it had been that way (3 days) what the pain was like (dull ache, radiating under my armpit and to the nipple) and how bad it was (bad enough for me to be walking around hanging onto my boob all day.) He also asked if I could feel a lump (No) and then said maybe we'll do an ultrasound to make sure it's all ok but it's probably just an inflammation or hormonal.

    Then he did an examination and said he could feel a lump, and that my breast tissue was 'engorged' and felt 'more fibrous' on that side compared to the left. It also hurt like hell when he pressed on certain sections.

    Long story short, I'm off for an ultrasound and a mammogram next Tuesday morning. He said it could still be a generalised inflammation or ligament damage but he wanted to be sure. Then he asked what pain killers I'd taken (None) and said "What is it with you that you feel the need to tough it out all the time? Go home and take some painkillers!"

    So, it's probably nothing but I'm pleased we are looking into it further, just in case....

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    @Chiefsgirl she's so beautiful! I love the name too - old-worldy feel with a modern edge to it. congrats once again. thanks for updating us

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    @Blossom74 I'm glad you are getting it checked out. It's prob burning but better to be safe than sorry!

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    glad to hear you're getting more tests @Blossom74. I'm sure it's harmless but always best to get these things checked out.

    I had some lumps under one of my armpits a few months ago - wasn't sure if it was hormones from last year's cycle resetting/clearing out or something else. went to the doctor & she checked & said it was ok & to monitor it. I ended up changing soap to my medicated one and it cleared up so maybe was bacterial. dr google had me worried

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