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Why Do Women Have Bleeding Problems Years After Hysterectomies
You should not: You should not have bleeding after a hysterectomy unless you had a supracervical hysterectomy where a portion of the lower part of the uterus was left behind. If you are having bleeding you need to be examined by your doctor. A common cause is some extra scar tissue called granulation tissue at the very back of the vagina. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Why was the hysterectomy done? If for benign reasons, most likely reason is also benigh - vaginal atrophy. If you had cancer or pre-cancer as the reason for hysterectomy, then you need to be checked right away. Either way, get to your gyn and let him/her get answers for you! good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Various causes: Sometimes the persistent bleeding is the result of the period when the blood has just clotted inside the uterus and slowly breaks down and is release after the usual period. Sometimes the bleeding is a result of an abnormality such as polyps, fibroids, infection, trauma, or cancer. If it persists a doctor should be consulted. ...Read more
Depends: This depends on how long ago the hysterectomy was. If it was done within the last 3 months, the most common cause is development of granulation tissue where the vaginal stitches were. If the hysterectomy was years ago and no bleeding occurred until just recently, the bleeding may be coming from the bladder instead of the vagina. Bottom line: you need to see the gynecologist for an evaluation. ...Read more
I have had endometriosis symptoms return after total hysterectomy (have ovaries). I know estrogen feeds it. I am 46, terrible pain, have monthly "periods". Is this normal six years after hyst?
Many reasons: A hysterectomy is needed for cancer of the uterus, ovary, or cervix. It is an important option for 1) large fibroids or ones causing heavy bleeding or pain, 2) endometriosis, especially if causing pain or ovarian cysts, 3) adenomyosis especially if causing pain or heavy bleeding, 4) prolapse of the uterus, or 5) treatment of pain and bleeding when conservative measures fail. ...Read more
Severe pain during period after endometrial ablation, even though I don't bleed. The cramps are worse than child birth, I don't have fibroids.?
Cervical stenosis: Sometimes the cervical opening will scar shut after ablation and not allow any bleeding to pass. As it builds up, the uterus will cramp to try and force it out and this can be very painful. See your doc for a sono. If this is the case, it can usually be relieved by passing a small instrument to open the cervix again. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why would I be bleeding after complete hysterectomy and on HRT.. HAVEN'T HAD BLEEDING for 20 years ?
Why would i bleed during foreplay ? 53 years old
1997 surgery (still have ovaries)
i can use my own finger to cause bleeding
Many possibilities: It may seem embarrassing to bring this up, but you need to talk to your doctor about this. You need an exam. ...Read more
I have been vaginally bleeding for almost a month. The cramps are unbearable. I have irregular periods that happen every 3 months for 2weeks. ?
I had a davinci robotic hysterectomy 11 months ago & still have my ovaries. I have been experiencing some bleeding after intercourse. Is this normal?
Difficult to answer: Depends on your age, menopause, you hormone levels from your ovaries. Even without a uterus your body still reacts a same way to hormones which would involve lubrication. If this is less than before friction could cause minor cuts or microscopic lacerations that could explain a little bit of bleeding. LITTLE BIT, if its is significant then check with your GYN. Have in mind I am a Cardiologist ;) ...Read more
Why do some women get pregnant when they have sex during infertile days or right after having their period?
Fertility: Remember sperm live for up to five days after ejaculation in the female. So, these days leading up to fertility can also cause pregnancy. The reality is that it all depends on the length of the cycle and when a woman truly ovulates. Ovulation and the five days can put fertility to be that week following the menstrual period in some women. ...Read more
I'm assuming...: You are male. If not disregard. You have been satiated, but are obviously not in a loving relationship. You got what you wanted, ther refractory period kicks in, and you have no vested interest. Sounds harsh, but this is how i read your question! actually this answer works for female/female as well! ...Read more
Many causes...: Intercourse involves body parts that are very delicate. Sometimes the trauma of intercourse can make them bleed. Intercourse can also precipitate bleeding from the uterus through movement or even uterine contractions. Bleeding after intercourse can be a sign of something more serious such as uterine cancer so should be evaluated if it is persistent. Best wishes! ...Read more
I have been recomended a novasure ablasion. I am concerned after reading so many having terrible unexplained pain years after this proceedure.?
You have options: There are many treatments available for heavy periods. Novasure, hydrothermablation, cryoablation and thermachoice are all fda approved. I thinkthat the hydrothermablation (also called genysis or hta) is the safest option. Look for a doctor who has experience with this as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ovary makes progest: After ovulation the follicle where the egg grew in the ovary is called a corpus luteum. It makes Progesterone to help with implantation and maintaining the pregnancy. With conception HCG from the pregnancy stimulates the ovary to keep making Progesterone which can sometimes cause a sensation of cramping. ...Read more
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