Most people experience bleeding immediately following the procedure and for several weeks afterward. It should get lighter with time. You should discuss any abnormal signs of bleeding with your doctor right away. Normal bleeding Most people will experience some bleeding following the procedure.
Post-hysterectomy menstruation: a rare phenomenon.
Bleeding after hysterectomy: What's normal? - Mayo Clinic
Brigid Holloran-Schwartz,1 Shannon J. A known complication of supracervical hysterectomy is cyclical bleeding from the retained cervix when functioning endometrial tissue is not totally removed. We present a rare case of delayed postoperative vaginal hemorrhage after supracervical hysterectomy. A year-old woman presented on postoperative day 15 after laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy with massive vaginal hemorrhage requiring emergent re-operation.
Post-menopausal vaginal bleeding caused by carcinoma of the appendix: a case report
Hans van Huisseling: moc. Abstract Introduction Post-menopausal blood loss is a common complaint of patients seen in gynecological practice. The most frequent malignancy found in cases of post-menopausal bleeding is endometrial cancer. Other causes can be malignancies of the rest of a woman's genital tract or metastases from other tumors.
JudyJo Dec My mother who will be 86 at the end of the month has just started with the symptoms you are describing. On this last Sunday I was called and told mom had blood in her urine did not really surprise me as she has had so many UTIs but then on Monday hospice nurse said no it was from her vagina this seemed odd to me as she has had a complete hysterectomy so many years ago. Tuesday I was called to say mom was complaining of her butt hurting and it was found her butt was pretty raw said she had had the runs bad recently , a good amount of blood they said from her rectum. Today I am told no it is from her vagina. She has only been on hospice since the end of November.