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I had surgery on 4/26 and had to be re-admitted on 5/5. They said I had an abscess and put in a drainage tube (OUCH) on 5/7 then took it out on 5/9 because #1 it wasn't draining anything and #2 (more importantly) they said I didn't actually have an abscess. I have a hematoma that is draining vaginally on it's own (like it was when I was admitted). What would any of you do? I am really mad. The procedure to have the tube put in was really painful and I am having continued pain from where it was (I am told that will go away as the hole heals). Anybody want to give me their two cents?
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