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Not necessarily.: An "ng" tube is often placed to help determine where in the GI tract the bleeding source is and how much blood loss there is. It will not stop the bleeding. Gastrointestinal bleeding often stops on its own. If it does not, an endoscopy or surgery may be needed. Sometimes a radiologist can stop the bleeding by plugging (embolization) the bleeding blood vessel. ...Read more
First gj tube placed on monday it is on and off slightly bleeding since i left the hospital on friday it's sunday night is it normal what should I do?
Observe: Watch the bleeding. Don't move around. If it gets worse or red call the surgeon. ...Read more
How long after a 2nd C-section and tube tie do you have to worry about complications? Like blood clots bleeding organ damage etc
CSection follow up: Great question. Assuming you had no complications and no injury to your bladder or ureters, post operative infection and wound healing problems, generally we use a thirty day window when we screen for things such as postoperative or post anesthesia blood clots. As far as organ damage, given the above caveats, after thirty to sixty days, i would not consider you at any increased risk. ...Read more
Had ovarian cyst and part of my fallopian tube removed in Oct 2015, due to a torsion. Having pain on the same side again and irregular bleeding. ?
I´m 45yrs tube cut&tired i do IVF 22mm follice on my 2wks waitin no bleeding till the day of blood test it shows negative and the doc didnt see nothin?
I put a q-tip a little far in my ear and I have tubes and it's bleeding just a little. Should I just leave it alone?
My daughter had tubes put in her ears past April. She's now complaining about one of her ear hurting and it is bleeding. Is this common?
Extruded: It might be that the tube is being pushed out. I would follow up with your physician. Your Pediatrician can take a look as well. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with bilateral hydrosalphinges, last month i had both tubes remove, its 4weeks since the op and im still bleeding, is this normal?
Ovaries removed too?: Were the ovaries also removed? If not, there are blood vessels that connect the Fallopian tubes and ovaries to the uterus that may be a source of your bleeding due to their interruption at surgery. Discuss this with your previous surgeon as there may also be other sources causing your bleeding that only he/she will know. ...Read more
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