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Spotting/frequent urination - normal? Spotting/frequent urination - normal?

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Unread 12-23-2011, 10:23 AM
Spotting/frequent urination - normal?

I had my laproscopic vaginally assisted hysterectomy on Dec. 13th. Kept my ovaries.

Have been in pain off and on...but it's getting better.

The last two days have been crazy though. Random crying outbursts and insomnia. Last night I woke 3 times to urinate...and have done so several times today as well (much more than usual and the fluid amount I've had to drink isn't any more) and also have some mild spotting. I feel a lot of pressure in my abdomen today. Took some anti-inflammitory hoping that might help...also have a call into the doctor (called early...no answers back yet) and just need to find out if this stuff is normal because I'm kind of freaking out.

Anyway...hope to hear from someone soon.

Thank you.
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Unread 12-23-2011, 11:14 AM
Re: Spotting/frequent urination - normal?

I'm sorry you've been having a rough few days. The crying and insomnia could be because your ovaries are "asleep". Sometimes it takes a little time for them to wake up and start working again. As for the peeing a lot, maybe you have a UTI?
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