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July 26th, 2009, 01:05 AM
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long story short: I had a bleeder after delivering my 5 month old. I wound up having to be rushed back into the OR to find it, got stitched back up and was sent to ICU for two days. Got a transfusion while in ICU. didn't BF because my health was more important for me to concentrate on.

they told me it would take a while to feel 100%. Henry is 5 months old and I'm still taking my PNV and an iron supplement.

We've moved in the last two months, so I'm starting over with an OB, but at least I moved home and I am back with my old OB. I went to see him on Friday.

I have been having dizzy spells, nearly blacking out, not sleeping well and an incredible level of fatigue if I'm out wiht the boys by myself for any period of time....usually on the following day. I am also having blurry vision. I'm expecting my 4th AF, but um......my first PP cycle was 28 days, then 26 days, and now I'm on CD 32 with no AF in sight.

The OB has ordered lab work and an u/s.

Any thoughts?
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