Dark red blood after cervical cone biopsy. Normal?
I had a cervical cone biopsy done yesterday with a CO2 laser. No bleeding yesterday at all. Today though I've been bleeding, and its dark red blood. I was under the impression I wouldn't bleed because the wound should have been cauterized by the laser.
Has anyone else experienced this? I really don't want to call the doctor again if its nothing because the last few weeks I've been dreading the surgery and calling almost every day with a new question.
hi im kinda in thought like you i just found out i have level 2 abnormal pap, i dont know much about this but now after the biopsy, im being sent to an oncologist to have something done is it the coneing idk. soo afraid i have no control over any of this now i dont know alot about this, was wondering you might be able to shine some light on this for me.
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