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    Oh man I just passed a big clot, the size of a golf ball. I think I'll call health direct and see what they say, I'm wondering if I need an ultrasound or something.

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    Ohhhhh no!! I stopped bleeding for a couple of days but have started again this arvo. I feel like crap so think I've overdone it. No clots though. Hope everything is ok!

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    All the best @JR03; best to check that one out.

    What did 13HEALTH say? What did you do?

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    @JR03 my hospital told me I might pass a placental clot of few weeks post birth. I passed mine around the 2 week mark however mine was dark red/brown in colour. I'm 4 weeks post birth and the days I'm more active I'll have some slight red bleeding still. Maybe call your OB or hospital to check though.

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    I hope you are ok. I passed a huge clot when my Bub was 2 weeks old. It turned out to be retained placenta.
    I hope you are feeling ok and the bleeding stops soon

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    Thanks ladies, I thought I'd monitor my bleeding for a couple of hours and see how it was going, it was quite light but then I started getting back pain and cramping, so I called health Direct. They told me to see a doctor within the next 2 hours, so I'm here waiting to see a GP now. Hubby is at home with both kids on his own for the first time and enough EBM for one feed - let's hope it's nothing, or at least nothing that needs to be dealt with tonight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Thanks ladies, I thought I'd monitor my bleeding for a couple of hours and see how it was going, it was quite light but then I started getting back pain and cramping, so I called health Direct. They told me to see a doctor within the next 2 hours, so I'm here waiting to see a GP now. Hubby is at home with both kids on his own for the first time and enough EBM for one feed - let's hope it's nothing, or at least nothing that needs to be dealt with tonight!
    How did you go JR?

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    Thanks for checking in. It may be a mild infection so Dr has put me on 2 types of antibiotic (even though she wasn't 100% certain she said this type of infection gets very bad, very quickly if not treated so wanted to treat it as a precaution). I also have to have an ultrasound to make sure there's no retained placenta. So I'm glad I went and got checked out :-)

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    How are you now @JR03?

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    This happened to me with #2 I went on a round of antibiotics & then was fine hopefully that is the same for you


 

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