A few years ago I had an endometrial ablation. Since then I have no period at all.. none. For the past 4 months I was getting a mucus like discharge sometimes streaked with bright red blood, sometimes, yellow/green. Then about 3 weeks ago I have some rust colored discharge Which lasted for 2 days. The mucus like discharge is still happening and I now have lower back pain and a very heavy feeling in my lower abdominal area. My doctor won't take me until July and I am getting very nervous because this does not seem normal at all. I can assure you it is NOT VD and I am not pregnant. Anyone have any thoughts
I think you should see your Doctor sooner as it is difficult to comment without an examination. Your symptoms could be because of local infection and other changes like erosion or polyps in the vagina and cervix. However uterine infection and pyometra should be rule out. An ultrasound scan may be done.
Hope this helps.
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