I had an oophrectomy in the year April 2011 as written earlier also. I was also bleeding after every 2 months sometimes just spotting. I went to my sister's gynaecologist and after few tests and sonographies it was detected that there were some granulomas on the outer part of the suturing which required quatrization which was done on 28/1/13. Dr. also recommended hormonal tablet and cream which is Premarin 0.625 and premarin cream for 6 months.Now I want to know whetherr there are any side effects to it and if any, what are they and what can i do? Please let me know, as I am a bit tensed.
The granulation tissue responds well to cauterization and the irregular bleeding should stop soon. Also the oestrogen cream will help with the healing process. Hence you should be all right soon. There should not be any major side effects.
Hope this helps.
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