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Had a tubal ligation and lining of uterus burnt. Why am I spotting brown?

hi im 33 years old had a tubal ligation a nd the all one time cause i used to have heavy periods , for the past 3 years i carely had peroids and was imate with my partner past month and last time i was 2 days later had pink spotting , then clear odorless spotting and now dark brown blood discharge and my friends say i put on a few pounds and my stomach feels bloated and swelled a little whats wrong with me? i cant get pregnant cause i got done 3 years ago right?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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Hi, thanks for using HCM.

In case of incomplete ablation of uterine cavity lining, some amount of bleeding do seen. Endometrium can recover back to normal with in a year in case of incomplete ablation.
Common cause for irregular bleeding is hormonal variations. not to worry. If heavy bleeding continues In subsequent cycles need to consult doctor for examination.

Weight gain could be due to other changes in diet or daily activities, may or may not related to cycles.

Answered: Mon, 28 Apr 2014
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