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Bleeding after cervical tear

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about 3 years ago i was treated for a cervical tear which was causing abnormal bleeding. the bleeding has started again but at first it is red then gradually turns brown with stringy clots which is sometimes very sore. i haven't had a period from dec to may but since may i have not stopped bleeding. what could be causing this because my own gp doesnt seem to be very forthcoming with solutions?

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replied June 8th, 2010
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The symptoms that you are having could indicate possibility of another cervical or vaginal injury (especially if you have been having sexual intercourse).
Report to your healthcare provider/gynecologist and get a thorough examination and investigation done to look for the exact cause and start with treatment.
A per speculum examination with proper light would help in your case. Ask for a referral to gynecologist if your GP is not able to diagnose what is happening to you.

All the best. Take care.

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