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Unread 07-13-2002, 09:23 AM
Bloody discharge

New to this site and am so happy to have found a place to discuss issues with others who'll understand. I am 1 year post-op- full hysterectomy. Have had what appears to be a recurring yeast infection for the whole time. Dr. not concerned. On hrt and feeling great. Newest problem, after intercourse the other night, discharge is slightly bloody. Haven't had any blood since right after surgery. Any thoughts. Should I call the doctor? Thanx
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Unread 07-13-2002, 09:50 AM
Bloody discharge

Hi Bliz and welcome to Hyster Sister I'm so happy you found us. You'll see: this is a wonderful site where you're sure to find and, sometimes, even answers.

I'm sorry you've been having recurring problems with yeast infections. If you do a "Search" (that's one of the little bluish/purplish buttons at the top of the message boards) on "yeast infections" you'll see that others are also dealing with this problem. Might even find a few suggestions to help you deal with this.

Regarding the bloody discharge, a call to your doctor's in order. More than likely, he/she'll want to see you in order to properly assess the situation. The bloody discharge could be due to something like granulations, unhealed tissues, and they are dealt with eather by cauterizing the idea (that's how my doctor dealt with it) or by applying nitrous oxide. Sometimes, doctors use both methods. Another possibility is that your vaginal cuff might have been torn during intercourse. Again, this is something that your doctor will want to tend to.

Don't fret, but do call your doctor. And be sure to keep us posted.

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Unread 07-13-2002, 12:59 PM
Hi Bliz

Can't address the bleeding, but, has your doc cultured the yeast? It would be helpful to diagnose exactly what type of yeast is causing the problem - then get the right meds.

Another thought - I had recurring yeast for 3 months. Kept getting it again and again - then I demanded that my husband be treated at the same time. He was angry, the gp thought I was crazy, but the infection did not come back.
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