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Complete hysterectomy including removal of cervix, having odor and watery vaginal discharge, frequent urination. What's wrong ?

In 2008 I got a complete hysterectomy including the removal of my cervix . 2 years ago I begin noticing an odor and watery vaginal discharge . I have seen my gyn annually over the past 2 years but he keeps telling me there is nothing wrong. Also if i drink a small cup of water within 5-10 minutes, I have to go to the bathroom really bad (as if I drank a gallon of water). Everytime I have to go to the bathroom there after it feels like my bladder is completely full and I have to go bad all the time. Something is wrong and I am really starting to worry there might be something wrong with my bladder and or kidneys. I have minimal health insurance so physicians won t see me for all things. Please help me. I am really concerned.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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The odor and the watery vaginal discharge could be due to an infection of the vaginal mucosa. A direct examination is a mandatory part of diagnosis. Oral broad spectrum antibiotics will help in reducing the symptoms.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal ,
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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