ok ..ty for the response on my question .I was worried . My surgeons nurse told me not to be alarmedd at just a light pink fluid coming out ... but to be aware if it starts to be a full on blood flow ...so i am a little relieved ,and hope this may help others in the future ... as i said it was slightly pink and still had gastric fluids also ....just keep an eye for darker red fluid then go to E.R. if needed ...View Thread
Hello all I am wondering , after my esoghogeal ulcer surgery ,they added a drain tube and bag for acites to drain and keep off my healing esoghogus....after a few weeks home (early This morning to be exact) It has started to drain a pinkish color as well as the original .yellow/golden acid color fluids, anyone have an idea of why or what may be causing this now? is it Bleeding and maybe why would it start doing that ??View Thread
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