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Had an abortion, yellow brown discharge, clitoris is sore. What is it now?

I had an abortion 32 days ago I was 9 weeks pregnant and it was a D&C surgery. It looked like all was going well until I started giving a yellow-brown discharge the 25th day after the surgery however now but it only lasted one day and then I didn t have any smell or colored discharge instead I started producing thick white vagina discharge that looked similar when I was pregnant. Also my clitoris and labia minora feels sore all the time and as such tight pants and tights make me feel uncomfortable I constantly feel the urge to remove them. Please also consider that I had the abort because the pregnancy gave me, toxemia. What should I DO??
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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Since you had a surgical evacuation, the completeness of the abortion is almost definite; yet, this can be confirmed through a trans-vaginal sonogram. The presence of white discharge is normal in the absence of any other complaint. The sensitivity of the labia and the clitoris could be the after effects of the procedure and the pregnancy. Please do not wear tight underwear until you are completely healed; pressure aggravates the symptoms. Also maintain genital hygiene and wear cotton underclothing. Hope this helps.
Answered: Tue, 31 Dec 2013
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