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I'm worried... [Pinky & the [B] rain. TTC since Sep 2014; 2 angel babies; Illinois 5797 posts
30th Mar '13

I had my cervix frozen on Wednesday and for the past 2 days I've noticed a slight....smell with the discharge..I've also had a little red/brown blood mixed with a greenish-yellow discharge..this isn't normal s it? Because I'm worried..

P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20522 posts
30th Mar '13

NOT normal. I'd go to the ER.

CJKB+JMB=AMB 1 child; Watertown, New York 2525 posts
30th Mar '13

Why did you have your cervix frozen if you don't mind me asking? 0.o

P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20522 posts
30th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Carissa Biron:</b>" Why did you have your cervix frozen if you don't mind me asking? 0.o"</blockquote>




Displaysia, abnormal cells, precancerous cells.

[Pinky & the [B] rain. TTC since Sep 2014; 2 angel babies; Illinois 5797 posts
30th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Carissa Biron:</b>" Why did you have your cervix frozen if you don't mind me asking? 0.o"</blockquote>




Mild precancerous cervical cells.

.:Mini.Me:. 1 child; Arizona 406 posts
30th Mar '13

Kind of sounds like an infection of some sort maybe?
Call your doctor though just to be safe

CJKB+JMB=AMB 1 child; Watertown, New York 2525 posts
30th Mar '13

Oh wow well that sounds painful i'm sorry :/ but yes it does sounds like an infection

[Pinky & the [B] rain. TTC since Sep 2014; 2 angel babies; Illinois 5797 posts
30th Mar '13

I haven't had sex since before the procedure so it doesbt make any sense to have an infection..

P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20522 posts
30th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Crazzzy Mel:</b>" I haven't had sex since before the procedure so it doesbt make any sense to have an infection.."</blockquote>




They could have introduced it when they did the procedure.



I got an infection from a gloved doc checking my cervix in l&d

.:Mini.Me:. 1 child; Arizona 406 posts
30th Mar '13
Quoting P Pickle Pants:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Crazzzy Mel:</b>" I haven't had sex since before the procedure ... [snip!] ... They could have introduced it when they did the procedure. I got an infection from a gloved doc checking my cervix in l&d"


:!: yess..
and sex isn't the only thing that can make you get an infection.. sometimes it just happens.. I'm not educated on this procedure though, but if there's blood it might not be normal.. Brown blood is usually just a sign of old blood, usually nothing to worry about.. But just to be safe I'd ask the doctor

P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20522 posts
30th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting .:Mini.Me:.:</b>" :!: yess.. and sex isn't the only thing that can make you get an infection.. sometimes it just happens.. ... [snip!] ... Brown blood is usually just a sign of old blood, usually nothing to worry about.. But just to be safe I'd ask the doctor"</blockquote>



Some bleeding is normal after the procedure. I had a part of my cervix removed (not just surface cells, a chunk of tissue) and the recovery from that was basically a period. Browner (after the first 2 days) and crampier, though.



Green/yellow is NOT



SMELL IS NOT.



OP---please go get checked. You could go septic if the infection gets to your blood stream! those symptoms are NOT NORMAL at all.

.:Mini.Me:. 1 child; Arizona 406 posts
30th Mar '13
Quoting P Pickle Pants:" <blockquote><b>Quoting .:Mini.Me:.:</b>" :!: yess.. and sex isn't the only thing that ... [snip!] ... go get checked. You could go septic if the infection gets to your blood stream! those symptoms are NOT NORMAL at all."


You seem to know more (:
the discharge and smell is what made me say it was an infection, because those are symptoms I'm pretty sure.. But maybe it doesn't even have anything to do with the surgery, it's just a coincidence it happened at the same time..

P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20522 posts
31st Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting .:Mini.Me:.:</b>" You seem to know more (: the discharge and smell is what made me say it was an infection, because those ... [snip!] ... sure.. But maybe it doesn't even have anything to do with the surgery, it's just a coincidence it happened at the same time.."</blockquote>




No, probably the surgery site got infected---which means your uterus could be infected next.



Go in ASAP. Like definitely ER worthy since no doc will be open tomorrow!!!

[Pinky & the [B] rain. TTC since Sep 2014; 2 angel babies; Illinois 5797 posts
31st Mar '13

Yeah, after my cervix had been frozen the GYN went to remove the speculum it got stuck inside me.. the GYN joked that it had froze on me and so did the nurse and the nurse made a joke too saying I would have to take it home with me...ALL WHILE STILL LAYING ON THE TABLE..I didn't think it was funny because he had to tug on it a little to get it off..I had only a little cramping during the procedure and for about an hour after..

[Pinky & the [B] rain. TTC since Sep 2014; 2 angel babies; Illinois 5797 posts
31st Mar '13

I'm working a 12 hour shift today and won't be able to go to the ER until I'm off work.