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Had prolapse surgery, coil fitted, had minimal brownish blood loss, no period now, discomfort in vagina. What to do?

i had prolapse surgery 3 weeks ago and have rested and felt fine. At the same time I had a coil fitted.....

I had minimal brownish blood loss for the first 2 weeks and now have blood like a period. This morning I feel really uncomfortable and have 1 of the coil strings prodruting from my vagina, which I haven't seen before. If feels like something has fallen and I'm not experiencing any pain but I'm in discomfort and I havent really had any symptoms at all.... can you help please?
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Hi, it appears that the strings of the coil slipped out, the bleeding you had also not common, it indicating that it must be removed, and now trying to slip.
You should immediately consult your doctor, and get it removed. Other wise it gets fixed in the uterus, you may have to get the hysterectomy done to remove the coil. Thank you.
Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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