I am ten years post hysterectomy, and I am now having what seems to be a period. My Gyn has done blood work, vaginal exam, and CT Scan. All show nothing. This is not normal, and I feel weak, tired, have vomiting spells. Can anyone shed some light on what is happening. I had a total hysterectomy w/both ovaries removed. There is no female organs left, where is the blood coming from. There are no torn areas, no masses or tumors. All I am getting right now is stay off my feet. I have been off my feet for three weeks, and now my Gyn says stay off for another month. I am a wife, mother, and work outside the home, this is quite impossible for me. I can't seem to get my doctors to understand this. Please help me. I am worn out, worried, and disgusted. Any help is greatly appreciated. God Bless!
Someone posted a question like this a couple weeks ago so you can look back through the old questions. But I remember reading that someone asked the poster if she still had her cervix left after the hyst. because apparently you can have "mini-periods" if you still have your cervix.
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