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Spotting and confused! Spotting and confused!

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Unread 09-13-2005, 07:15 PM
Spotting and confused!'s the situation...about 3 months ago I had some vaginal spotting (2 yrs. post TAH/LSO and 9 mos. post RSO/adhesion lysis). Saw the gyn in July, had a blood test which confirmed menopause and was dx with atrophic vaginitis. She gave me Premarin cream which did NOT help so, I only used it for a week then quit. Things got better so, I didn't call her back or anything. Now tonight I'm spotting again. DBF and I haven't been initmate in over a week so, I don't think this is the cause. But, what else would cause this?? The only connection I can make between these two incidents is being on my feet quite a bit both times and quite a bit of stress going on. Note: I have CMP, SI joint disfunction, adhesions and DDD so, I walk 1/2 mile daily w/o incident but can't do much more than that w/o being knocked on my butt in pain. Anyone have any ideas????????? TIA!
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Unread 09-13-2005, 09:09 PM
Spotting and confused!

(((Sweetie))) I'm so sorry you're dealing with this. I can only imagine how frustrating this must be

I think you really need to see your doctor about this as the bleeding could be caused by a number of things.

Lots of s are going your way. Please, do keep us posted.

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