Hi, I had endometrial biopsy done one week ago. I was told that it's normal to spot for up to a week. I bled a little that night and the next four days I had brown spotting with fishy odor. The brown spotting stop on day 5. However I experienced some yellowish discharge with a pretty strong odor (not fishy) I wonder if this it normal? I will talk to my dr when I go in for my result this week. Meanwhile I want to know if anyone experienced this before? I also want to know if endometrial biopsy can ONLY detect endometrial cancer? will it detect cervical or ovarian cancer??? I've been having brown discharge / spotting for almost a year and I've had pap smear, pelvic exam and tranvaginal ultrasound. I wonder what other test should I ask for if my symptoms did not go away?
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