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Granulation tissue

I just went in a year after my hysterectomy for an odor and the gyn said it was granulation tissue.  Is this normal?
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HI,
Granulation tissue is formed as a part of the healing process and should not be a cause of much concern. However if the odour and discharge occur frequently then the granulation tissue can be treated.
Hope this helps.
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HI,
Granulation tissue is formed as a part of the healing process and should not be a cause of much concern. However if the odour and discharge occur frequently then the granulation tissue can be treated.
Hope this helps.
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How do they treat t?
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My gyn put some silver nitrate on it and it sort of burns it off I think.  The rest of it he cut off while I was under anesthesia during my ovary surgery last week.
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