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    My daughter had some blood from her vagina
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    hellavagal posted:
    Not sure how concerned I should be but when I was changing my daughter's diaper today she had a very large BM and as I was wiping her down, she started spotting blood from her vagina. She is almost 10 months old and she had a similar thing the first couple weeks she was born, but the doctor reassured us it was common at that time. So this is the second time it's ever happened. She didn't seem to have any change in her behavior or loss of energy so I'm thinking it's okay but I wasn't sure if anyone else has experienced this. I did end up giving her a bath and noticed when I removed her diaper she still had a little spotting after I wiped her down. She seems fine and I'll call her pediatrician tomorrow morning but I don't think it's an emergency. Any advice??
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