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RE: Cin 111 high grade

by tiffb77 - June 10, 2015

I definitely think you should be more aggressive

i have the same as you and they told me I must get a histirectamy

especially if it runs in the family

RE: Cin 111 high grade

by tiffb77 - June 10, 2015

I definitely think you should be more aggressive

i have the same as you and they told me I must get a histirectamy

especially if it runs in the family

On Jun 09, 2015 6:16 PM tiffb77 wrote:

Ok so I had a leep done on 6-2-2015 exactly 7 days ago, I had it done at the UTMB clinic for low income patients. So I was already freaking out because I'm so sensitive and tender down there already and the thought of a shot to numb me was very scary..... long story short, in the room was a doctor, the lead head doctor, a med student observing and the nurse. My sister came with me and held my hand the whole time. So they did the shot I was in major major pain I finally got relief from the knumbing shot. The doctor began with the loop thing and burned my flesh that was not knumbed! I jumped and screamed immediately it hurt so bad. The lead doctor immediately told the doc to move over and apologized and said that should not have happened and she knew that must have been very painful. And the look she was giving the first doctor was enough to know she was not happy..... once the lead doctor took over everything went smoothly and I felt at ease. Should this concern me? Should I take action?

#2.  After the leep, I'm having dark black charcoal looking stuff coming out on my pads..... still to this minute

I also keep getting this warm/hot watery thin discharge every time I stand up or move around or anything but no blood at all.

Is this normal? And it does have a slight oder as well

 

Please if anyone has any answer's It would be greatly appreciated!

On Jun 09, 2015 6:16 PM tiffb77 wrote:

Ok so I had a leep done on 6-2-2015 exactly 7 days ago, I had it done at the UTMB clinic for low income patients. So I was already freaking out because I'm so sensitive and tender down there already and the thought of a shot to numb me was very scary..... long story short, in the room was a doctor, the lead head doctor, a med student observing and the nurse. My sister came with me and held my hand the whole time. So they did the shot I was in major major pain I finally got relief from the knumbing shot. The doctor began with the loop thing and burned my flesh that was not knumbed! I jumped and screamed immediately it hurt so bad. The lead doctor immediately told the doc to move over and apologized and said that should not have happened and she knew that must have been very painful. And the look she was giving the first doctor was enough to know she was not happy..... once the lead doctor took over everything went smoothly and I felt at ease. Should this concern me? Should I take action?

#2.  After the leep, I'm having dark black charcoal looking stuff coming out on my pads..... still to this minute

I also keep getting this warm/hot watery thin discharge every time I stand up or move around or anything but no blood at all.

Is this normal? And it does have a slight oder as well

 

Please if anyone has any answer's It would be greatly appreciated!

Ok so I had a leep done on 6-2-2015 exactly 7 days ago, I had it done at the UTMB clinic for low income patients. So I was already freaking out because I'm so sensitive and tender down there already and the thought of a shot to numb me was very scary..... long story short, in the room was a doctor, the lead head doctor, a med student observing and the nurse. My sister came with me and held my hand the whole time. So they did the shot I was in major major pain I finally got relief from the knumbing shot. The doctor began with the loop thing and burned my flesh that was not knumbed! I jumped and screamed immediately it hurt so bad. The lead doctor immediately told the doc to move over and apologized and said that should not have happened and she knew that must have been very painful. And the look she was giving the first doctor was enough to know she was not happy..... once the lead doctor took over everything went smoothly and I felt at ease. Should this concern me? Should I take action?

#2.  After the leep, I'm having dark black charcoal looking stuff coming out on my pads..... still to this minute

I also keep getting this warm/hot watery thin discharge every time I stand up or move around or anything but no blood at all.

Is this normal? And it does have a slight oder as well

 

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