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wound or a bubble kind formed inside the uterus

By Anonymous January 11, 2010 - 1:35am
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HI i am 27 yrs i have 1 son 4yrs old that was sizerian ...
after 4 yrs now last month my menses cycle just started and no bleeding happend daily 2-3 dropds of blood discharged, now i consulted a doctor they did scanning and told there is something wound or bubble is happend inside the uterus so next meses u visit us and daily 2-3 dps of blood is discharged ..
i have taken precautionary of pregenency as coper-t (3yrs) now i am scared what problem is this ...
can u pls help me out

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Hi Anon

Thanks for your question and welcome!

It's a bit difficult to follow your meaning - are you saying you haven't had a period since your son was born four years ago? And you just resumed your monthly cycle now? That is very unusual (if I am understanding you correctly) and should have been checked into a long time ago. Or has your method of birth control stopped you from having periods?

Did you then have an exam and a lump or bump was found inside your uterus?

If so, you will need to have a full medical evaluation of your entire reproductive system. You may have a benign cyst or tumor or it could be something that needs immediate attention.

Why are they waiting for your next period to evaluate the "wound" found? Have they told you why you only need to come in during your next period? What did the doctors tell you they think this "wound" or "bubble" actually is?

January 11, 2010 - 2:12pm
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