Bleeding after hysterectomy could be due to infection of the stump, endometriosis, vaginosis, cervicitis (inflammation of the stump) or due to STD. It can also be due to hormonal imbalance of PCOD (if ovaries are left behind) or due to premenopause/menopause. Please consult your gynecologist regarding this.
The other possibility is that you are bleeding through your urinary hole. This can happen due to UTI, stone any where in the urinary system, urinary bladder infection, cancer of urinary bladder and kidney infection. Hence get a urine routine microscopic examination done and consult your PCP to start with. You may need to consult an urologist.
If any of the above mentioned conditions are not found then bleeding disorders would need to be looked into. Tests like bleeding time, clotting time, Vit K level, platelet count etc would need to be carried out. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
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