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Had partial hysterectomy, uterus and cervix removal. Spotting after sex, feels fatigue, abdominal discomfort. Concerned

I had a partial hysterectomy , uterus and cervix removal.. 2 years ago this july! Im 36..Recently after sexual intercourse, I began to spot lightly, this was not accompanied bye any other symtoms...except fatigue , and a little abdominal discomfort to the right side of my lower abdomin? should I be concerned...Im a little freaked out...and its hard to get a break from my schedual to see my doctor...nor do i want to waaste his time...
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern, looking to your history you said that it was spotting there, as you have gone through the hysterectomy and uterus was removed then this spotting could be from the vagina and in my opinion this is nothing to worry but the condition long last or bleeding increases, then this need to be examined clinically, hope this information helps you, take care and have nice day.
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