I had a hysterectomy almost 4 years ago and had my uterus and cervix removed. Two years ago I started having a "fake period" where it was on a cycle. Every 28 days I would spot for a few days. I had exploratory surgery last year and he scraped my vaginal cuff and recauterized it. When I went back for my check up he was stumped because the scrapings showed that I had endometrosis. I didn't have endometrosis show up when my hysterectomy was done. My surgery really didn't help and my "fake period" returned a month later. Now I'm just spotting more frequently.
Has anyone heard of this happening before? I'm schedule for another surgery in a few months and I believe he's going to remove the vaginal cuff and give me a new one possibly. Code 58662 or 623.8
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