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Is it normal to have bleeding after hysteroscopy/endometrial biopsy?

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Dr Neeoo Chin
Fertility Medicine
5 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

These procedures disrupt the uterine lining, which will lead to bleeding.

In brief: Yes

These procedures disrupt the uterine lining, which will lead to bleeding.
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Dr Neeoo Chin
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Dr Miguel Cano
Obstetrics & Gynecology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Normal

You'll experience a watery blood-tinged discharge after hysteroscopy, especially if biopsies were done.
Bleeding is usually light and tapers off within 2 weeks.

In brief: Normal

You'll experience a watery blood-tinged discharge after hysteroscopy, especially if biopsies were done.
Bleeding is usually light and tapers off within 2 weeks.
Dr Miguel Cano
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Dr Edward Ramirez
Fertility Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes

Yes, there will be some spotting or bleeding after the procedure.
It is perfectly normal. Anytime the uterus is manipulated in this way there will be some bleeding and discharge.

In brief: Yes

Yes, there will be some spotting or bleeding after the procedure.
It is perfectly normal. Anytime the uterus is manipulated in this way there will be some bleeding and discharge.
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Dr Shiao-Yu Lee
Gynecology

In brief: Yes

We expect some light bleeding for a few days after the hysteroscopy/endometrial biopsy.
If you think it's excessive, contact your doctor.

In brief: Yes

We expect some light bleeding for a few days after the hysteroscopy/endometrial biopsy.
If you think it's excessive, contact your doctor.
Dr Shiao-Yu Lee
Dr Shiao-Yu Lee
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