hi so basically i had a period in july and after i started getting brown discharge which i thought was pretty normal, this went on til my next period in august, i went to the doctors and ive had swabs etc, no infection, no std etc, ive been put on different tablets and none have worked :( i get a brown/green discharge that smells funny, i have to wear a tampon everyday otherwise i leak right through anything else, this has been going on for 17 weeks now :(
hi, just thought i would reply back and say that i had my appointment with the hospital and its basically something to do with the cervix, after having LO the cells etc didnt go back where they should have which was causing all of this, now just have to have a little op to sort it :) x
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