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Continuous menstrual bleeding, pain on left side, lower back. Tubal ligation after 4th delivery. Suggestions?

Hi Im 27yrs old with 4 kids and a year ago I had my 4th by surprise after having essure. After having him I had a tubal ligiation and my periods started back fine and then they came like every 2 months then I went 3 months without 1, now I have been bleeding 15 days and counting which has been very painful (left side hurting, and lower back) Is there any possible explanation for this? Could my insicion hernia have something to do with the bleeding?
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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Some amount of menstrual disturbance is expected to be seen after tubal ligation some times. Sudden changes in weight, child bearing, lactation and the disturbed hormonal milieu, all cause cycle disturbance. Yet, you should see a gynecologist for a proper assessment and treatment. Incision hernia does not cause cycle disturbances, unless the surgery is recent, as any stress disturbs the cycles. Hope you find this information useful. Wish you good health.
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