bleeding between periods

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bleeding between periods

by loulou36 on Thu Dec 09, 2010 03:11 PM

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hello,i have been posting on the endometrial cancer bored,thinking thats what i had,but just had a histeroscopy and an endmetrial biopsy and that came back fine,so all gud their,so im 36 with 3 children,never been on bc pills,about 4 months ago i started loseing a very heavy watery discharge,wich turned pinkish after a while,everyday and still to this day i have it,its been 4 months now and it is constant,also i bleed after sex and from my vagina whilst having a bm,i have had abnormal smears since i woz 16,had lots ov treatment laser etc etc but the last 6 years my smears have been normal,having one only 12 months ago,iv been tested for stdz all fine, i had a fbc all fine, internal scan end external scan on all my organs all fine,when i came out of hospital a few weeks ago after my histeroscopy and biopsy my gyno said if it all comes bk clear(wich it did)for me to start a direy for 4 months to wright down when i have the bleeding(wich is everyday)and to go bk to see her to have a colcoscopy done,but like i said b4 why would i need that done when i have not long had a clear smear??m realy confused and realy scared,does this sound like cervical cancer?wouldnt it of been detected on my last smear?wouldnt they of seen something doing the histeroscopy?sorry to rant but im scared,also i have no other symptons,and no polyps cysts of fibroids were found for the cause of the bleeding,thank you in advance for any replyesxxxxx

RE: bleeding between periods

by Dee55 on Thu Dec 16, 2010 11:52 PM

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THe doctor isnt telling you anything?  Everything came back good?  That is strange.  I would go get another opionion.  Are you still bleeding after the hyserectomy?  DId you have your ovaries removed?  Go get another opionion.  Dee

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