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Heavy bleeding after hysteroscopy

i had a hysteroscopy 1 week ago i have been getting bad cramps since. 2day i have had mega cramps and have started flooding and getting clots. when i sit when i stand i have been flooding 2 sainitary towels and when i stand and walk the cramps get worse. when sitting if i put pressure on my stomach or side i get pains shoot down my legs. spoke 2 A nurse she said wait a couple of days and see how it goes but im worried, as most of the info i got said i should c someone but dont want to c someone and be wasting their time.
Asked On : Thu, 31 Mar 2011
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It is not wasting time of a Doctor you should be worried about , but the severity of your problem.If you have such heavy and severe bleeding , you should see your Gynecologist immediately.Please do not delay as you need medication to stop bleeding.
I hope you understand the necessity of condition and please visit your Gynecologist.
Take care
Answered: Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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