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    Default *tmi* Period problems

    Okay so I have 2 little ones. My first was a c-section and my periods were fine after I stopped bf. Went back to normal straight away. Now my DD is almost 18 months old and she was a vbac. I didn't bf long as I had problems but since I got my first period they have been non stop heavy and painful. I have never used super tampons before in my life until I had DD. I am having to change every 1 1/2 to 2 hours. If I'm lucky I will get 4 hours and even that's pushing it. My cycle is also weird as hell. I had a nice 28 day cycle and now I have anywhere from 28 days to 36. What I'm wanting to know is if this is normal for anyone else and did you see a gp? Im kind of hoping this will all just settle down by itself but it's been a long time now.

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    I'd say it's normal.

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    My first 7 af's were really really pouring heavy. I thought I was going to be like that forever, but after that they have been same as before dd


 

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