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Unread 02-15-2008, 04:29 PM
Could use some answers...discharge

Well, I got my results from the tests preformed last week and all came back negative for infection and yeast. I guess that's good news and I should be happy BUT what was the watery discharge about. Guess just part of the healing process.
I must say it has been getting less & less everyday and I can now wear just a panty-liner but its still happening some and I am scared that at any time 'someone' may turn the faucet on again...at a time that would be horribly embarrasing!!
Sure hope that those of us that are going through this will get past it quick.
I think the dryness that was bothering me just a little was much, much better!
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Unread 02-15-2008, 07:08 PM
Could use some answers...discharge

Hi Everyone,
I would recommend that anyone with a foul smelling discharge call the dr without delay. I'm not sure that it has anything to do with infection but I suspect that it might.

I am now almost 4 weeks post op. I started having a foul brown/yellowish discharge about 1 week after my TVH. I didn't call the Dr and 1 day prior to being two weeks post op and my two week post op appt I had to go the the ER with abdominal/side pain. I was also very nauseas with a low grade fever and just felt really bad in general.

Ended up being admitted and staying in the castle a whole week on IV antibiotics for an abscess. No one said that was the reason for my foul smelling discharge but I do wonder. I have been home from the hospital now for one week and still have the discharge but no foul smell.

Last Tuesday (a few days after I was discharged from the castle) I had to go back to the dr for an ultrasound to check the status of the abscess/infection. The ultrasound showed that it was still the same size that it was the night I was re-admitted to the castle. I go again this coming Tues for another ultrasound. Dr. says if it doesn't start to shrink I will have to have surgery again to drain it. I'm still on two different antibiotics so I'm hopful that there will progress at next weeks appt.

Good luck!
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Unread 02-17-2008, 12:22 PM
Could use some answers...discharge

Just to let all know that answered my post here, I went for my 4 week check up this past Thursday & he did a pelvic & urinalysis & determined I have a slight bladder infection. I am currently on antibiotics for 10 days. I hope anyone who has a discharge that continues or gets worse, with an odor or not, goes to their doctor for a check. Best wishes to all.
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Unread 02-23-2008, 08:59 AM
gald your doing better

I am glad to hear that you went into the doctors. I had asked mine regarding the discharge that I was having and he told me that was normal for the inside stiches healing. It has been 4 weeks and I am finally getting to the end of the discharge! I went to the store yesterday and thought about getting just one more thing of panty liners but realized that the last one that I have at home should be just fine! Hope that everything else is going good for you.
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Unread 02-23-2008, 09:24 AM
Could use some answers...discharge

I also ended up having a urinary tract infection and have been on an antibiotic for a week. I never had one before in my life and this one is a doozy. It is from ecoli and I am on a powerful antibiotic that has awful side effects. I've been up with contractions in my intestines all week long. I take the pills with food but that doesn't seem to prevent the contactions. Last night I was up at 3 eating crackers trying to settle the pain down. My dark shadows under my eyes have dark shadows under them.

If in doubt about a discharge---- go and get a culture done. If I had not waited so long maybe I would not be so much pain. Actually I went the very morning after I felt the pain when I peed. I thought that prior to that morning that my discharge was normal since so many other ladies seem to be having the same thing.

It is not known if I got the ecoli from the catheter, from the operation or since somehow but it is one of the most painful things I have ever had and I am the old lady who did not feel one single pain in the hospital after my surgery.


Kay
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Unread 02-23-2008, 06:10 PM
Could use some answers...discharge

I am sorry that things aren't going the best for you. I hope that things start to go a little smoother for you soon. Isn't it amazing the things that you really go through with surgury. I never realized that I would have pain up to 4 weeks later just to have a bowel movement. I know that it sounds horrid, but the first time that I was able to pass gas without first doubling over in pain I was truely happy!!! How sad is that! The things that you always took for granteed really change after surgury. I have never had ecoli poisioning and that has to be rather new for you too. As for a UTI, I haven't had that either but my son did when he was a week old.
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