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Unread 11-21-2004, 09:12 AM
Glad

Hi.
I found out that I can see my GYN that I adored but had to give up because her office would no longer accept my insurance. The office had started accepting my insurance again. I have an appointment to see her in January 2005. That is the soonest I can get an appointment.
I think I should see her again because even though the other GYN I saw after the insurance issue told me that the granulation is all gone now, but I am still having discharge. I stay really wet all the time and the odor is unpleasant.
Would someone else that is having or has had this problem please let me know.

Thanks so much!!
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Unread 11-21-2004, 01:42 PM
Granulation and discharge...

i had the same problem.. they had to use "Silver nitrite" on it twice... i think it takes a few times.
i know i still have a discharge and i know it's unpleasent!!!!

good luck and hang in there...
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Unread 11-21-2004, 02:58 PM
Granulation and discharge...

Coffeelover,

I am sorry you are still having problems and I hope it gets better for you soon!
I just can't figure out why the last GYN I went to said all the granulation is gone if it isn't really. She used the SN on me.
I wonder what the doctor I like will say and want to do about it in January?
I just want this to finally end, Sheesh!
Even with this I have no regrets I had the surgery because at least I am not in pain everyday or bleeding so bad. It is just that this is such a nuisance. It's weird because everything is gone but this won't stop.
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Unread 11-21-2004, 04:28 PM
Granulation and discharge...

Hi ((((Robbi)))) I'm sorry you're having problems, this long after your surgery

The discharge you're experiencing could be caused by a number of things, including persisting granulation, un-healed tissues or an infection. That's why it's important that a doctor addresses these issues.

As far as what can be done, well it will depend on the cause of the problems. If it's an infection, your doctor will most likely opt for a course of antibiotics. However, if it's granualtion, your doctor might opt to cauterize the area or to apply silver nitrate. In the case of un-healed tissues, I'm not sure as to what the usual treatment is

Since this has been going on for quite a while, it might be a good idea to try and get in to see your doctor before January, just to be on the safe side.

Sending tons of s your way and hoping that you feel better soon.
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Unread 11-27-2004, 01:14 PM
Granulation and discharge...

I have been on many different antibiotics many times before. I was actually in the hospital once for three days because I was being over medicated by a doctor with antibiotics.

The last doctor I went to told me that there was no more granulation and checked and said I had an infection. I was given antibiotics again but it did not work so I was given a different one but it hasn't helped either.
I would like to see my GYN sooner but was told that unless there is a cancellation, that is the soonest I can get in.
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