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Unread 10-16-2003, 08:30 PM
About granulation?

I was back in my DR's office because of some PAIN issues. He did the internal exam and told me I had some swelling and some granulation (I'm 5 weeks post op today) He told me to go home and go to bed and put my feet up for a few days. I have a toddler and haven't been getting the rest I need I guess. My question is about the granulation, which he said he'd take care of when I go back in 3 weeks...does it hurt?

Thanks in advance sisters.
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Unread 10-17-2003, 02:44 AM
About granulation?

I had granulation treated with silver nitrate 3 times! Finally was released and clear at about 11 weeks post-op. The treatment did not hurt at all...I really could hardly even feel it. Some ladies say it hurt them, though. I have a very gentle doctor and a high threshold for pain, so who knows? The first two times, I had about 4 days of yucky dark discharge following the treatment and was a little achy and crampy. The unhealed area that he kept treating was very small, like pencil eraser size spot, but it was apparently causing me to continue to have some light spotting. Fourteen weeks now and ALL IS WELL! NO MORE PANTILINERS!!!! (Note: I was a little frustrated that I had to keep going back at 2 week intervals for this and asked my doctor if it was caused by anything I was doing or not doing and he said ABSOLUTELY NOT...sometimes the healing is just a little slow). Hang in there!
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Unread 10-17-2003, 06:16 AM
Hi,

I have had granulation since my surgery. My symptoms were soreness inside and some spotting. The dr will treat it with silver nitrate and it is uncomfortable for a little bit. I had slight cramping after and some spotting and discharge and then it was better in a few days.

Granulation does not go away on it's own, and needs to be treated by the dr. I have had 2 treatments so far and hope this one does the trick.

I hope you feel better and get it taken care of soon.

s
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