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Gone onehitsgirl Due January 27; 50 kids; 3 angel babies; Chicago, IL, United States 4404 posts
15th Feb '13

and when did it stop or fix it self?

Take me as I am 18 kids; Wyoming 1669 posts
15th Feb '13

You need to see your OB about that, that's way to much bleeding

C-Herman 2 kids; Ohio 488 posts
15th Feb '13

Not sure if there is anything to help? I don't know - I have my period every 5 days due to my implanon & it REALLLLY sucks! I'm thinking I should buy stock in Tampax & Midol because I'm buying it every 2 weeks when I get my regular groceries!! Ugh :/

A, E & W's mommy Due October 21; Bulgaria 15280 posts
15th Feb '13

are you on a progesterone only Birth control?

Mama BooBoo(: 1 child; South Carolina 638 posts
status 15th Feb '13

yes i would deff see a doctor, that's way too much! you shouldn't be bleeding for that long nor that heavy where your having to change your underwear four times a day and wear tampon and a pad!

onehitsgirl Due January 27; 50 kids; 3 angel babies; Chicago, IL, United States 4404 posts
15th Feb '13

Yea it's a mess. I'm not on any meds or birth control. Today I'm changing my super size tampon every 2 hours if not I'll leak.

Cat Abbott 2 kids; British Columbia 1389 posts
15th Feb '13

I know it's normal to have heavier periods after baby, but wow. Have you seen your doctor to make sure things are ok?
I would switch to a menstrual cup, like a Fleurcup or Diva Cup (someone did a great comparison of different ones here). I would never go back to tampons or pads. Holds way more, among other things.

onehitsgirl Due January 27; 50 kids; 3 angel babies; Chicago, IL, United States 4404 posts
15th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Cat Abbott:</b>" I know it's normal to have heavier periods after baby, but wow. Have you seen your doctor to make sure ... [snip!] ... did a great comparison of different ones here). I would never go back to tampons or pads. Holds way more, among other things."</blockquote>




And this is way after my daughter I started 10 month pp