Bleeding around the midline at the insertion site could be caused by doing some activity with your arm that breaks the body's seal around the midline at the insertion site. I wouldn't worry if it is just a small amount, but would probably be good to let your doctor know. Keep an eye on the site and if it bleeds more, you may need to go in and get it checked out.
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