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Bleeding at 3 months? Bleeding at 3 months?

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Unread 02-04-2008, 06:50 AM
Bleeding at 3 months?

I know i just really should call my dr. But Saturday I noticed some bleeding.

But here is what has been going on that seems relevant possibly for when I work past the fear and call my dr in an hour.

Three weeks ago, before leaving on a business trip, horibly painful sexual intercorse. The pain lingered (though mild) on the right side for about a week. Which I explained by saying it was from lugging luggage through the airport.

I also had a what I explained away as a stomache bug. I was out of the country and had very loose bowel movements for about a week with stomach cramps.

I changed time zones and was ahead 5 hours of my "normal" time zone. I never recovered from jet lag and was exhausted for three weeks, except the one day I slept until 1pm.

And you know, in the back of my mind I kept thinking, if its like this when I get home, I need to call the dr.

So then Saturday the blood for what I could see as no valid reason (except the lugging of luggage?) Still blood on Sunday, but engaged again in s-e-x and this time there was no pain. But again, the lingering slight pain on the righ side.

Better safe than sorry right? I should call. I have another business trip in a week, and I'd hate to be very far from the one dr I trust if something goes wrong, and I could have had it checked out when I was home.

Right?
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Unread 02-04-2008, 07:33 AM
Bleeding at 3 months?

Yes, I think that calling your dr is a smart thing to do. I think that it's always best to be cautious.

Please let us know what you learn.

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Unread 02-04-2008, 09:04 AM
Bleeding at 3 months?

I got an apointment at 2:15 tomorrow. The Nurse double booked the dr to fit me in

Now I just have to wait until tomorrow but I feel better I got the apointment.
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Unread 02-05-2008, 02:26 PM
Bleeding at 3 months?

I love my dr. He notices my hair color is different everytime I see him. (and different for no particular reason, I don't think I dyed my hair since my surgrey so its a bit faded) But he just generally remembers I am his patient. If only I could find a GP like him I'd be all set.

He wasn't concerned at all about the bleeding. He said the bleeding was because there is a small piece of healthy tissue sticking out, as opposed to scar tissue. If it becomes troublesome a 10 minute procedure would seal it all up and he promised I'd be asleep for it. But he did a pap just to be sure everything was ok. (yayyyyy!!! I think I would do a pap every 3 weeks if my insurance would allow it... call me paraniod )

He was concerned about the pain. He thought that perhaps during s-e-x a cyst burst because he didn't feel anything, and so we are taking a wait and see apprach where if I still have pain problems he'll do an ultrasound. So I go back in in April regardless.

Much more relaxed having been to the dr, even if it was to just hear everything is fine.
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