I had an ablation in February and have had two cycles since. My first peiod was very light lasting only about 2 days. I am still having my 2nd period. This is the 5th day and on the 2nd day I passed many clots(like before surgery). It is still not as bad as before surgery where I would almost pass out(I'm anemic), but it was a the clots were a surprise, because I thought I would have relief from all of that. Common or not? Could there be more going on I need to check on? Everyone I know that has had an ablation has had wonderful results with VERY light periods.
Hi I am new at this and was very amazed at the stories I have been reading. I to just had a endometrial ablation done one week ago. I have had heavy clots during my periods so therefore my dr suggested this procedure. I woke up feeling pretty good a bit of cramping however int he next few days I had cramping and worst of all pain shooting down my right side of my leg right to my heel. Each day seems to be getting better however I do have alot of brownish colour and some bright red blood spots. My concern is I have been sooooooooo gassy & bloaty since this procedure I feel nausesiated everyday from it. My stomach is very very hard tothe point where it hurts to drink water and I am very miserable with this. Please help with any comon stories to this gas & severe bloat.
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