I have had three pregnancies and three live births. My first and my second are 12 yrs apart. My second and my third/last are exactly 16 months apart. 7 weeks after that my tubes were cauterized. A week after that I had started to spot. And for the past month I have been spotting bleeding back to spotting. Everytime I think I am going to stop, starts right back up again. My periods between child 1 and 2 were 2 days of bleeding and a day or two of very light spotting. Normal cycle was 28 days. This went on for 12 yrs like clockwork. I have my second child and a month after having him, like clockwork. 7 months later I get pregnant again. Only this time 3 weeks after having him my dr gave me a Depo shot. And after my 6 week check up (NORMAL BTW) I am scheduled for getting tubes tied. had that at 8 weeks post partum and I bleed one that day. and a week and a half later i started spotting and it has been 6 1/2 weeks of constant spotting with 2 days of heavy bleeding after about 3 weeks then back to spotting. My question is, is this ok? Or should I make the appt with my dr.?
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