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Unread 11-14-2003, 07:02 AM
Hello Everyone from a Newbee :)

Hi! My name is Idamarie. Im 40 and had a LAVH on October 21. My frist doctor appointment is Monday, the 17. I have had a wonderful recovery except now i have a little blood. Im wondering where this blood is coming from. Just wanted to say Hello from Austin Texas and i hope you all are doing well!
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Unread 11-14-2003, 07:27 AM
Hello Everyone from a Newbee :)

Hi Idamarie, Welcome to Hyster Sisters. I'm glad that your recovery is going well. I was told to expect some light spotting or bleeding as sutures dissolved. I had just a little, and nothing more. I was told as long as it was pinkish or brownish, and not bright (like new blood) and if it wasn't heavy like a period, not to worry. Anything heavy and bright was to be reported to the doctor. I also found if I was up doing more, it would cause me to spot more. If I laid back down and took it easy, it would slow down or stop. Make sure to let the doctor know about the bleeding at your checkup Monday. This way, they can make sure all the tissue is healing.

Take care!
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Unread 11-14-2003, 07:30 AM
Hello Everyone from a Newbee :)

Hi there!

Welcome to Hystersisters!

Ditto what Nancy said. I think you're smart to watch each and every symptom at this stage ~ you may find this a little silly, but I wrote down everything - my symptoms as well as my questions - before I went to the doc, so I would be sure and remember to ask and get the answers I needed.

Take care, princess!

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