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had a partial done vaginally...now bright red blood?

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I had a partial done vaginally on May 17th. I am 5 weeks out. I had severe enema and a cyst on my ovary which was removed during surgery. I am having what I thought was muscle spams in my lower back (just started today however it is not normal for me)and I have noticed bright red blood when I wipe nothing heavy but it is there. Does this sound normal.


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replied June 24th, 2011
Hysterectomy Answer A24387
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
Your symptoms do not sound to be normal. You should consider going back for a follow-up evaluation to your treating gynecologist/obstetrician. You will need a thorough evaluation done to look for the underlying cause for the bleeding/discharge and the backpain. Get started on treatment as indicated by examination and evaluation/investigation results. Be in regular follow-up with your treating gynecologist/obstetrician.
Take care.



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