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Created On: 03/20/2008 04:13 PM

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 03/22/2008 11:43 AM

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toby459

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Hi...Your problem doesn't sound unusual. Sometimes preganancy causes the uterine lining to become thickened. You might want to talk to your doctor about a D & C procedure, in which he will scrape out the thickened endometrial lining. If you are not planning any more pregnancies, you might want to also talk to him about the Thermachoice Endometrial Ablation, in which the endometrial lining is destroyed by a heated balloon and monthly periods are VERY light to no bleeding at all. Good luck....Kim, RN, BSN, GYN Team leader.
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I had a c section 11-16-07. One month after operation pain a ct scan found 2 abscesses on both sides of my uterus abscesses cause by staph infection that happened during c section. After abscesses was found bleed for month heavy bleeding. Doctor put me on pill but didn't help. The past two periods a week before I start i have a lot of cramping. When I do start the first 2 days are black blood and then I bleed heavily for 6 days. All my problems after c section i'm worried something else is the matter. I have no insurance or money to go to another doctor.
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