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to ask you all if this is normal and if I should be worried?

(10 Posts)
needaholidaynow Sat 11-May-13 21:11:26

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TattyDevine Sat 11-May-13 21:13:17

Oh please, don't worry, assuming you are up to date with smears things can be a bit weird for a while, particularly if you aren't BF and hormones are returning to "normal".

If in doubt see your doc but honestly its all within the realms of normal according to my experience (and my good health)

thegreylady Sat 11-May-13 21:14:39

See your GP. I am sure it is hormonal following the birth but you need professional reassurance. Don't worry, it will be fine.

needaholidaynow Sat 11-May-13 21:15:24

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maddening Sat 11-May-13 21:16:28

Could be ov if it is spotting.

needaholidaynow Sat 11-May-13 21:18:57

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idiot55 Sat 11-May-13 21:19:31

TRy not to worry, my thought is hormonal too, 10 weeks isnt long.

Pobblewhohasnotoes Sat 11-May-13 21:22:06

If you do need a smear I was told not to have one until 3 months after giving birth as your hormone levels can give a false result.

Things can take a while to settle down after having a baby. I hope you are ok. smile

quoteunquote Sat 11-May-13 21:23:59

Just get it checked out at the GP.

I'm so worried as I looked it up on the net and cervical cancer popped up

stop stressing, step away from internet diagnostics

of CC came up, it does for any search concerning irregular periods, but you are 10 weeks after giving birth, so there are many simple reasons,

Go and ask your GP, and let them put your mind at rest,

I've had all sorts of weird periods happenings after babies, and some I needed help with,

so go and see the GP.

b4bunnies Sat 11-May-13 21:51:02

ask your gp.

but it could be ovulation. lots of people have spotting when they ovulate.

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