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... My symptoms have been different than yours, but I've been dealing with extremely heavy bleeding for the last 7 weeks. ... (8 replies)
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... What is considered "normal" bleeding after this procedure? ... (1 replies)

... I began having some lower abdominal cramps in the morning, and by the afternoon had heavy vaginal bleeding and clotting. ... (0 replies)
... C in May and it's October now and I have started bleeding heavily again. It has been about 10 days and getting heavier every day. I only had one period since May. I am 51 and thought it was menopause. ... (0 replies)
... Why am I bleeding after a hysteroscopy? ... (0 replies)
... or clotting more than 2 days after surgery. It's not a huge amount, but I'd say it's more than just spotting. ... (2 replies)
... I didn't think it was normal to bleed after menopause? ... (4 replies)
... c and hysteroscopy for suspicious cervical tissue 2 years ago.. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks eaker, I hope your feeling a little better today. I believe my ablation will be done via hysteroscopy (which ive had done before) Im just hoping it works. Did they put you on any hormones prior to your surgery? Ive been takin progesterone and its messed my cycle up completely (ive eventually stopped bleeding after 18 days). Take care of yourself and rest, rest, rest.... (5 replies)
... I am 59 and recently had surgery for a thickened uterine lining and polyp. First I'd had a hysteroscopy (camera) with local anaesthetic I was told some polyps can be removed during that procedure and some can't. He was unable to remove mine. Biopsies were taken and surgery scheduled, I only received the biopsy results after the surgery (clear, thankfully) I recovered well... (1 replies)
... C and the bleeding stopped right after the procedure. That seems very odd to me but wondering if it's normal? ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for your reply, well they did do it today, they removed a polyps actually, I thought it was a fibroid but I guess its same thing, mine was on outside as well. It was not that bad actually, I get like a period type pain now thats all. I was offered a sandwitch when I went to recovery and tea, but I just had sandwitch and water cause I kept peeing all the time, tea would... (2 replies)
... I had the hysteroscopy to remove uterine polyps multiple times. There was one or 2 of those times when I had just started my period so like you, mine was pretty light at first. ... (2 replies)
... I just thought I would update about everything after all of your support and help. ... (23 replies)
... my question is how long am I suppose to bleed after the procedure and is this normal. I am on birth control pills. ... (0 replies)
... Yes, ablation is not recommended for those wanting to conceive. Pregnancy is possible but risky after ablation since the uterine lining is scarred. ... (23 replies)
... section. I usually have the Hysteroscopy done on a Thursday or Friday and take the weekend to relax and then I'm back to work by Monday. The bleeding afterward is no worse than a period as long as you don't go trying to move heavy furniture or lug a ton of stuff up a flight of stairs. ... (23 replies)
... is something about 2 cm he said it could be polyp but he can see its calcifying. I am not sure what that means really by calcifying. I did have symptoms of heavy bleeding for like 2 years and feel heavy in my pelvis also frequently going to bathroom. ... (23 replies)
... Hi, 7 days ago i had a Hysteroscopy with D&C and also a Laparoscopy. I had scar tissue and an ovarian cyst removed with the Laparoscopy. I am getting a feeling of pressure in my lower middle abdomen, and underneath me, almost like my period is about to start, but it doesnt, i have no bleeding. I also feel like its worse when i need to pee. (but doesnt hurt to go) Has... (0 replies)

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