Regrowth of the endometrium may occur after you have endometrial ablation
What are the odds of this happening. I had my tubes tied and an ablation done when my son was 6 months old to stop my very heavy periods and headaches. I have had no issues up until now. I notice that I do have blood when I wipe and at times it is heavier than just spotting. I recently had my yearly check up (not with my normal dr it was with his assistant) and I said it felt like something was down there. She said my cervix was dropping and that was normal. She suggested I go to a GI Doctor but with the year coming to an end and new insurance starting at start of the year I did not go. I am concerned because I have more blood than normal and I am scared of what it could be. Could the lining be growing back and this is the start of me having periods again? Any suggest would be greatly appreciated.
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