Hi, I am 25 years old and about 6 weeks ago I had a biopsy done to see if I had cervical cancer. The procedure was extremely painful. It fully healed within 4 days. The nurses told me I would start to bleed after the procedure. I bled heavy for a week. Went through pads within hours. It finally stopped. Then I had a break for a week and started bleeding again, it lasted for a week. bad cramps and heavy bleeding. a few days off and started what I thought was my period. Bled for a week again with same pains. I have been off my period for four days and I was doing some shopping the morning and felt some bad cramps in lower tummy and back, got home and went to restroom and blood just fell out of me. Heavy, thick and clot looking. I wore a pad and a little later nothing was on pad and it has continued to happen the same each morning and stop after a few. I don't understand what is going on and I'm freaked out. Any answers out there??
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