my son is 8 weeks now...an dim still bleeding. its bright red but its not heavy and hasnt been heavy for about 4 weeks now but its constant. it'll stop for hours but never a whole day and just comes and goes. could this be a serious health issue???
If it is red then I think that means it is freash blood and that you shouldn't have an infection. But if I were you I would definately be seeing a doctor about it even if it is just for peace of mind. Good luck.
I did this for 10wks, never a 24hrs w/out blood(never heavy but annoying) the DR told me it was hormones & that I was very fertile. I was also BF like crazy. R u BFing? I ended up only having 1mo w/ no period & I BF for 8mo :( I went to the DR 3xs b/c of this. BDing hurt too, I'd always start bleeding during it. R u? Wow I'd love to hear what your DR says. U R the 1st person that I've heard bleed like I did. Pads suck after 2mo don't they? :)
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