try this hysterhangout, you should be able to find some answers there.
Thank You I would not have found that site without your help. ENN
I had the same procedure in June. My doctor said that if I had any bleeding monthly afterward, that it was significant to let him know. Apparently it is related to uterine tissue, and glands in the cervix that would need a quick procedure to be "zapped". I am also having leg pain and no one can give me an answer, I had an EMG that states all of my nerves are intact. So it isn't supposed to be nerve damage. I will let you know if I find out anything else. Please do the same>
Did you ever find out what procedure would zapp the little bit of uterus that is still connected to the Cervix that is causing the menstrual bleeding? Also...what the leg pain is from? I also have monthly cycles that last about 5 days which causes me to wear a tampon and I have leg/groin pain in my left leg where the leg meets the groin. I am having no luck as to where to go or how to proceed. Thank you!
I, too, have had a supercervical hysterctomy 4 years ago for adenomyosis with very heavy menstrual bleeding and pain lasting 10-14 days. For the last 2 years, I have been in and out of the OBGYN office with cyclic menstrual bleeding averaging every 25-28 days like a menstrual period. The bleeding is very minimal - initially bright red and almost clot-like for a day then tapers off to a brownish stringy discharge(2 days). I even experience some light cramping although nothing like prior to my hysterctomy. My doctors told me this was probably from some granular tissue left over from surgery at top of my cervix and recommended having my cervix cauterized which I have done numerous times but with the same effect(bleeding). At the last doctor visit, my physician said because it is so cyclic(like a period) every month it most likely is caused from hormonal changes and essentially he gave me two choices: surgery to remove my cervix or live with it. He said it is definitely nothing compared to the amount of bleeding and pain I was used to. Although he is right, I still don't quite understand what exactly is bleeding and that doesn't seem right. Chris
I just had the surgery.This is going on my 4th week.And I'm still not allowed to do much.I started spotting the 2nd week.Now its let up.Just little spotting and its pink.
I was hoping to be back to work.And be back to normal.That is why I picked this surgery.
I haven't had any pains in my legs.Just that I want to move them and not sit.I like to walk.
I should of just had it done the old way,I'm laid up has long.
Any one else with the same problems?