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Spotting after embolisation, sever pain, found submucous fibroid. Post surgery complication?

Dr I m kakali bagchi,I had embolisation(UFE) on 21/11/12 but it was spotting bleeding till 22/12/12 but after 23/12/12 it has started bleeding again with severe pain-Dr.said it should n t have happened,i consulted other radilologist on tvs-its found submucous fibroid size decreased to 4.7X5.3cm in endometrial cavity,no vascular dr has prescribed me from suspect of having degeneration -combiflam 3/day for 5 days & cifran CT 2/day for 7days and pause mf 2/day now do you think i can avoid further surgery in this treatment-on stopping pause mf it starts havy clot bleeding-I hv alrady spent a hefty amount on UFE in fear of post surgery complication but I m facing severe problem even after-Pls.pls reply,how long can I take pause mf
Asked On : Fri, 4 Jan 2013
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
Hello and welcome to HCM,

Uterine fibroid embolization (UFE) is a safe treatment option for uterine fibroids especially in women who want to avoid surgery.
In UFE, the blood vessel supplying the fibroid is occluded so that it does not receive any more blood supply and thus it gets necrosed.

Although, the procedure is quite safe, it may have some complications. To name a few:
1. Uterine Infections- You have been given antibiotic for this complication (cifran)
2. Discharge from the uterine cavity- This is due to passage of necrosed fibroid passing per vaginum
3. Arterial complication- complications appearing in the vessel which was occluded
4. Pain- you have been given pain killer (combiflam) for pain

Pause mf is the drug to control the excessive bleeding that you are having.
This excessive bleeding may be due to the procedure or not related to the procedure.

If related to the procedure, it will clear away in few days.
If it is not related to the procedure treatment may have to be continued.
Stay in touch with your doctor for the resolution/ non-resolution of the symptoms.

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Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal

Answered: Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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