I'm 45 y/o I had a total hysterectomy when I was about 29 or 30 y/o, but my problem is is that when I have sex I bleed extremely bad. I know this can't be normal but my gyn doesn't know why.Is there anybody else that has this problem or can tell me what I should do. I have 1 daughter that's 222 y/o.View Thread
I think I will talk to my oncologist its just so embarrassing for me to talk to anyone about it even on here all though nobody knows me or can see me but idk. I will talk to her when I go back in. When I had my surgery they took ALL of my reproduction organs out, don't get me wrong for me it was the best surgery I had a lot of pain giving birth to my daughter 22 years ago and I still feel the pains on her b/d LOL. I'd do it all over to have her, cuz being a mom is hard but great but I just couldn't go thru it again. I will definitely let you know what they tell me. Thanks again for your reply.View Thread
No it's a lot worse,& it last for about a week, sometimes longer. it really scares me. I've talked to my GYN of course she says its ok. I know it isn't normal, but what can I do, I've used lubricants but that don't do any good either. I guess that part of my life is over. Thanks for your reply. If you have any suggestions or know what could possibly be wrong PLEASE tell me.View Thread
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