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Bleeding while pumping Q

Nursing/pumping question. I've been doing both at home and work. Today my 5 month old refused to nurse on my right side. I've been trying all day and she eats enough to empty it halfway. So I just went to pump to completely empty it and when I got done noticed there was blood in the pump part. I've never had this happen before. My nipple isn't split or cracked. It looked like it was mixed with the milk. I don't know how much got in the milk. Should I just dump it? What caused this? And should I keep pumping and dumping it is it ok to still nurse? Nothing hurts so I can do either one. Thoughts? 

Long of the Short:
 TTC since April 2013  DH 42 y/o I'm 30  Dh had vasectomy reversal Feb 2013 after 3 months developed scar tissue 
 First Re appt was September 2013 OOP for everything minus meds  
DH's TESE surgery December 2013
First cycle was February 2014 BFN none to freeze
 Second cycle was April 2014 BFP ending in Chemical Pregnancy none to freeze
 Third cycle June 2014 BFN none to freez
 Fourth cycle October 30th 28 retrieved, 13 mature and 12 fertilized
PICSI, assisted hatching and fresh sperm from my DH's TESE surgery used
5 FROZEN from a freeze all cycle! 
FET completed on DECEMBER 9TH!!!
Beta #1 13dp5dt BFP!! 800
Beta #2 15dp5dt 2100
Beta #3 17dp5dt 3600 
First Scan January 5th! Everything looks great! Heart rate of 121!
Second Scan January 20th. Baby Justone13 looks amazing. Heart rate of 175!
Baby Girl is due August 27th
Liv Annmarie born 8/25 7lbs 6oz 21 1/2 inches long 

Re: Bleeding while pumping Q

  • It's fine to feed it to your LO. I had "rusty pipes" when each of my girls were born. The LC said to nurse through it, and it cleared up in a day or two. But since your LO is 5 months old, and your nipple isn't damaged, I'd touch base with your dr to let them know about the blood. 
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