I need your advice on vaginal discharge afterhysterectomy. It certainly shouldn't include blood, sinceyou can't have a period anymore. I know any blood after a hysterectomy meanssomething is broken, well bad. But I've heard there could be some. Brown vaginal discharge for a couple of weeksafter a hysterectomy is normal. I thought it would only last a few days. The red bloody discharge as incisions healis only a few days, while the brown ied blood can leak out over weeks.
So even without a period, I have to wear maxipads for another month or two. Don't use tampons. I know, they recommended against that, evenwith the expected discharge. If you lift anything heavythe six weeksafterward and get a rush of blood, get to the emergency room because you tore something. They gave me the same advice as when you havea kid â€“ don't lift anything heavier than a newborn. You can have bleeding because you tore thingshaving sex too soon after the hysterectomy
too. Let's just say surgery and vaginal dischargelike this are the exact opposite of the mood required for that to happen. Any spotting with a bad odor, though, is areason to see a . Even if it is a really bad yeast or bacterial infection, it needsto be treated. So the standard yeast infection with a beersmell is really bad right now. Yes. And a thick white curdish material comingout from an infection is also really bad. What other discharge should I be on the lookoutforé
Any thick yellow ainage is a possible infectionof the surgical wound, so you need to see the about that. Ditto if you can'tpee or poop. I'd certainly see a about not beingable to go to the bathroom. A warning sign is when it hurts to do so. They tell you to have laxatives and lots offiber to reduce the straining down there. If it burns when you pee, that's a urinarytract infection, but it could mean other bacteria arethe incisions. And green and yellowdischarge from the vagina means there definitely is.
So even though I can't have kids, I stillget a few more weeks of looking at the multicolored diaper pad insert. You are supposed to talk to the anytime there is bleeding heavier than light spotting and any discharge that has a badodor. Ifdoubt, ask the doc.
Pregnancy Tips How to Handle Vaginal Discharge During Pregnancy
They tell you there is going to be a lot ofchanges to your body when you are pregnant but oo, vaginal dischargeé I'm Jill fromTampa, Florida telling you how to know if your vaginal discharge is o'kay. In pregnancyit is normal with the change of hormones to have a thickening or an increasethe amountof vaginal discharge you have. But there are certain times when you can have an infectionwhen you want to make sure that you don't. If your discharge has an odor, it burns, ititches you need to go see your healthcare provider. Special circumstances are bleeding,that is a discharge that you definitely need to be evaluated by your physician. The otherareas is leaking of fluid. If you are towards
the end of your pregnancy and you have a biggush of fluid, it could be urine but it also could be amniotic fluid and you want to makesure that that is safe so I would check with your healthcare provider. Most discharge isnormal but remember you want to make sure that you don't have an infection and if youdo you want to make sure to get that infection treated. I'm Jill from Tampa, Floridahere to talk to you and explain how to know if your vaginal discharge is o'kay. Have agood pregnancy.