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Just to add, I did have my period since my last post. The second post-partum. It was heavier than the first one, but not more than normal. It began slowly with pinkish brown blood for a couple of days, then red, then dark brown almost black in appearance and some blackish clots. I didn't experience many cramps with it, like I usually would. But I do recall waking up with cramps in the night two days before it started. As I mentioned before, I had lots of bloating and gas associated and some pimples around my mouth and chin.
Elka 3 years ago
The sore throat has turned into tonsillitis. I can see white pus lumps in my throat and it's so swollen I'm having trouble swallowing.
Elka 3 years ago
I've seen a GP today and started a course of antibiotics.
Elka 3 years ago
Ok wasn't able to revert earlier. Since you started antibiotics you can complete the course. But these things can be related to the underlying issue we are treating already. In that case antibiotics may not be the best course of action.

Will go through details and will write to you.
maheeru 3 years ago

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