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Severe bleeding from the site of lymph glands removal, swelling on legs since operation for cancer. Cause?

my daughter last tuesday had opperation for cancer had labia and both lymph glands removed she is in hosptil 7 days tomorrow. where she has lymph glands removed .she is loosing a lot of blood from one side for about 3 days where gland was removed ,also that leg was very swollen,since the blood been comming away she has been told that it is good as it prevents blood clots, she had blood transfusion 2 pints last wednesday what do you think ,i am very worried about her.
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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detailed clinical history and examination required. you should mention whether she has got any bleeding disorder or not. secondary infection in the operative wound also can be the cause. any vascular compromise to be suspected. swollen leg may be a sign of some infection . please consult your surgeon he will guide you in this issue.
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