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Unread 03-04-2005, 07:03 AM
pink discharge at 6 months?

I woke up this morning spotting very slightly. i had granulation taken care of last month, but never had any spotting that wasn't associated with sex. I haven't had sex in quite a few days and although I still do spot with sex, this is entirley different.
I have no pain or any other symptoms that something is wrong.
but I am alittle distressed about this and I know I should proabaly call the dr. but aside from getting run around answers each time I have a isn't enough blood for me to want to hit the panic button. I am hoping though that someone may have some info on why this is happening.
I appreaciate your responses.


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Unread 03-04-2005, 01:22 PM
pink discharge at 6 months?


You might have the granulation problem still. I had to be treated 3x and when the spotting started I went in and he treated me again. I was treated 3x over a 5 month period. Granulation is stubborn stuff.

I would have it checked and see if you need another treatment or if something else is going on.

Sorry you are dealing with this , but it has to be treated by a dr , and won't go away on it's own.


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