I had a hysteroscopy and D&C on 8/5/05 because there was some "unknown tissue" in by uterus that was cause for abnormal bleeding. My post-op appointment is on monday, and was told be the nurse at the Dr's office that he would discuss the findings with me at that time. I had originally made an appointment w/ my gyn because I had been spotting for 2 months, which then turned into a large blood clot falling out every 2-3 days for about 3 weeks. After I had a saline vaginal ultrasound, the bleeding became worse (several blood clots w/moderate bleeding every day until my surgery. Since the surgery I had experienced very light flow every day until Thursday night, when while sitting here at the comp I felt the all-to -familiar feeling of an escaping blood clot! I have had 2 large clots since the surgery and am so worried that the D&C didn't work! Any one else ever had an experience like this?
HI HOLLY SOUNDS LIKE YOU'VE GOT MORE GOING ON,THAT A D&C & HYSTERSCOPY WILL TAKE CARE OF.I HAD THE EXACT SAME THING DONE IN 2000,I HAD A PARTIAL HYSTERECTOMY IN 2004.RIGHT NOW YOU JUST NEED TO REST,DON'T BE UP AND ACTIVE.JUST GET UP TO GO TO THE BATH ROOM,IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN AND A HUSBAND HAVE HIM TAKE CARE OF THEM AND "YOU".IF YOU DON'T HAVE CHILDREN OR A HUSBAND ASK A FAMILY MEMBER TO COME OVER AND TO STAY WITH YOU.YOU DON'T NEED TO BE A LONE,AND YOU DON'T NEED TO DRIVE YOUR SELF TO THE DOCTOR EITHER.SORRY,JUST LOOKING OUT FOR YOU AND YOUR HEALTH.TAKE CARE OF YOUR SELF REAL GOOD.TNT406
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