Hello, I am a 28 year old who had severe endometriosis. After seven laparoscopies from the age of 19 and burning out endometriosis everytime, my doctors finally did the surgery. I felt such relief afterwards. I haven't had any issues since then. I never bled since other than the normal post hysterectomy bleeding. I started bleeding on Monday almost two years after having a total Hysterctomy. They removed everything. It lasted for two days and now nothing. What is going on? I don't have ovaries or even a cervix. Any information would be greatly appreciated!
It is hard to know without performing a pelvic exam. It might be as simple as a vaginal laceration and/or vaginal atrophy ...especially if you are not on hormone replacement therapy. I recommend you be evaluated via pelvic exam by your gynecologist.
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