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Vaginal discharge post hysterectomy

Description. A year-old woman presented with chronic vaginal discharge for the last 1 year. She had a laparoscopic hysterectomy 1 year. While you were in the hospital, you had a vaginal hysterectomy. Your surgeon made a cut in your vagina. Your uterus was removed through. Bleeding after hysterectomy can be normal, but if you have too much Abnormal bleeding occurs when vaginal bleeding becomes heavier, appears suddenly, or doesn't stop. The discharge may be red, brown, or pink. Depending on a patient's age, it can be normal to have some vaginal discharge even after a hysterectomy. With normal or physiologic discharge, it should be odorless, white to very slightly off-white, and asymptomatic. After hysterectomy women could experience brown vaginal discharge combined with bloating, pain on the abdominal area, fever, chills, nausea, vomiting and weakness. Sometimes brown vaginal discharge after hysterectomy could be a symptom of HPV (human papilloma virus) or UTI (urinary tract infection). Jun 14,  · For several weeks after your hysterectomy, you’re likely to experience some type of vaginal discharge. This is especially true if you had a complete hysterectomy (removal of the uterus with cervix) and now have a vaginal cuff.. Most of the time, the discharge is a normal part of healing.
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