Another TMI question
I was wondering if anyone else is going through this... I'm confused as to what's going on.
We had our babies on 12-10 and had sex around 1-25 (both of us have pretty low sex drives). I got my period Feb. 5-9 (I don't know when I ovulated).
I bleed black blood (like end of period blood) Feb. 25-28 and have been having brown blood for a couple days that is not turning any sort of red (March 8-10).
I've been trying to increase the amount I pump. I don't know if I'm having symptoms because I don't know if what I am feeling is from left over hormones, from my new body that sports about 10 extra pounds, or from being exhausted a lot of the time. The only change that I can really pinpoint for not having much of a reason for existing is being warmer than usual.
I took a pregnancy test a couple weeks ago because with our twins I had a period early on (and didn't test positive for a very long time!) and I wondered if that was something to do with it but it turned out negative- I would think it'd most definitely show up positive by now.
Why in the world am I bleeding old blood?
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