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i had a complete hysterectomy in march 08................it is now august and i am still having issues.......VAGINAL BLEEDING!.....PASSING CLOTS!

this has been going on for two weeks now and i must say that i am not happy about this.........i have a feeling that i have been butchered............i was told that my tummy would be flat by now and it is flabby and truly discusts me to look at myself....................the incision is still burining and sometimes numb...........if i don't have he plumbing, why would i still be bleeding?
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Hi,
Two years ago I had a total hysterectomy and I still don;t feel like myself, but as far as the bleeding and clotting if I were you I'd go see my OBGYN because I that never happend to me.  
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I also think you should mention this, I stopped bleeding after only a couple of days, i still have slightly pink discharge, if  do too much. Look after yourself.
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i also have some pain too......especially when i urinate.......or shall i say after i do this and the pain stays for a while......this is just too much for me..........i feel like i got butchered///////
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Does anyone have to PEE ALL THE TIME since the surgery??? You don't go much, but you still feel like you got to go.
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