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    That's good to hear Rebecca. I'm sure your DH would rather have you feeling better to enjoy father's day properly when you come home. Hope they take great care of you. Big hugs. Let us know how you get on. X

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    Yes, keep us posted Rebecca. Like I said, when I went to the Mother-Baby Unit I was so anxious about going in...then I didn't want to leave!!

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    That's great Rebecca. You can celebrate Father's Day another day, it's more important that you and Audrey get the help you need. I'm sure your DH will understand. Let us know how you go

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    Tmi but every time I dtd my episiotomy scare bleeds quite a lot. Is that normal, will it do it forever?

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    Doesn’t sound normal to me. I'd be seeing my GP and perhaps getting referral to a Gynae

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    Good luck Rebecca.

    Channy I'd be getting it checked out as that doesn't sound normal. Maybe J will know better

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    Channy I agree, doesn't sound normal. Definitely worth getting it checked

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    Tmi but every time I dtd my episiotomy scare bleeds quite a lot. Is that normal, will it do it forever?
    No, that is not normal. I would make an appointment with your regular OBGYN, who can have a look. It is unlikely your GP will know what to do/look for, so best to go straight to your OBGYN.

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    Oh no, Meadow has my cough. Feel guilty she caught it from me, especially as not much I can do except use a humidifier in her room! Lots of disturbed sleep to come!

    I had a weird dream I was pregnant last night and woke up thinking it was real! Freaked me out though. Want another baby but not yet. The one I have is still too much work lol. Maybe when she sleeps better!

    Happy father's day to all the DPs/DHs for tomorrow. I'm off to bake a cake with Toby, cue a very messy kitchen!


 

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