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Had abdominal myomectomy, started periods with heavy bleeding, prescribed Pause MF. Is brown discharge normal after surgery?

I had abdominal myomectomy on 25th february 2013, and i was on postphone tablet for 5 days before my surgery. After my surgery, I had started period after 4 days and bleeding was heavy so doctor prescribed Pause MF and third day bleeding completely stopped, but now after 1 week I have dark brown colored discharge from vagina . please tell me is to normal after fibroid surgery?
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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The dark brown colored discharge from the vagina after myomectomy is a normal finding,. This is suggestive of an old bleeding in the uterine cavity. The discharge is likely to subside on its own gradually.
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Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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