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Unread 04-18-2004, 08:38 AM
spotting two years after complete hysterectomy

I am scared to death right now. For about a week I have had spotting with some very minor pressurer. I have had a complete hysterectomy with ovaries gone too. I was told that my uterus did have a precancerous polyp and abnormal cells in the lining of the uterus. I don't know if this is because of extreme stress that I have been under for the past two weeks because hubby abandoned me and the kids. He left me to fight thyroid cancer on my own and raise to kids on my own. So I am scared to death something is seriously wrong. I am going to call my GYN doc tommorow to see how soon they can get me in because husband insurance runs out on May 2. Please any support or advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Unread 04-18-2004, 02:16 PM
spotting two years after complete hysterectomy

((((Tammy)))) I am so sorry you're having to deal with so much on your own. I'm glad you are going to get in to see your DR right away, because it's important to get any new bleeding checked out. However, I also wanted to ask you if you are using any sort of vaginal estrogen to keep the area moist? Sometimes vaginal dryness and atrophy due to low estrogen levels can cause spotting and pain vaginally. If it turns out that is the problem, then there is lots of hope... there are several great very low dose vaginal estrogen products out there that will help those tissues heal and not affect the rest of you (I am assuming you can't use HRT due to your cancer diagnosis?).

You also might want to visit our Cancer Concerns forum given your previous diagnosis; the ladies over there are wonderfully supportive!

I hope it turns out your DR finds nothing wrong other than maybe a little dryness... please let us know what you find out, OK?

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