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Granulation query

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Bubble37
Granulation query

Hi, I'm new to the site following my treatment about 3 months ago. I went for my check up yesterday after experiencing some spotting which seemed to be getting heavier the last couple of days. I was very nervous, having suffered a massive haemorrhage 2 weeks after initial surgery, but my consultant was kind of dismissive - after waiting an hour to see him he had me in and out within 10 mins! He said spotting was due to granulation and he used silver nitrate, but he said he may have to repeat the process at my next 3 month check up. He did say I'd have some duscharge afterwards, but not how long for, whether there should be any more bleeding, or whether this means the cuff still hasn't healed properly? Hoping someone out there can shed some light for me?

Diagnosed March 2020 - Stage 1a2

Total hysterectomy May 2020

Emergency surgery for haemorrhage May 2020

All clear 

Southofthelake
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I can't shed any light for you unfortunately, however if you are not happy with your consultant's lacklustre behaviour you can definitely ask for a second opinion.

October 2019 - smear test

November 2019 - results back; hpv with severe dyskaryosis, colposcopy organised.

November 2019 - colposcopy biopsy taken - confirmed abnormal cells

December 2019 - lletz performed

Jan 2020 - called in: confirmed I have cancer

Tests run through Jan and Feb. During this time went through fertility treatment; 5 eggs frozen.

End Feb - confirmed stage 2b CC (updated info, staging changed to stage 3 invlving lymph nodes)

Treatment starts March - 28 external radio/5 chemo/4 brachy

Only sat 3 chemo after developing tinnitus

April 25th - finished brachytherapy

July 2020 - MRI

Awaiting results

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