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Noticed sticky, mucous, smells like sour and is off white in color. Have mild cramps. Had tubal ligation. Normal?

I had tubal ligation 4 days ago. Today I noticed something on my underwear that looks like a the wrap of sausage that has 3-5 raisin like thing in it . It is sticky, mucous in it and smells like sour. Looks like a pouch and is off whit in color. I have mild cramp and mainly on my left lower side of my belly button. Is this normal
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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Sep 2013
Tubal ligation done 4 days ago.
Before tubal ligation , have you examined for pregnancy test ?
If , yes, and pregnancy test was negative.
Than it may be due to mild blood ( hematoma ) during ligation process.
From tubes it came out in the uterus and at last in discharge from.
In my opinion , not due to infection.
Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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