Endometrial Hysteroscopy Patie
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Endometrial Hysteroscopy Patient Dear Sir, With reference to the above mentioned subject I want to inform you that I was undergone an operation of Endometrium Hysteroscopy on 24th July 2014 and admitted in Nursing Home for 2 days. My clinical symptoms were irregular bleeding, Clotted black blood, and severe pain in lower abdomen and back. My Endometrium Biopsy revealed: 1) Disordered proliferative endometrium and 2) No evidence of endometritis or granuloma or atypia; Type of sample - ENDOMETRIUM KOCH'S; Mycobacterium tuberculosis Complex - Not Detected Non tuberculous Mycobacteria - Detected After operation I experienced bleeding before Period, till August 11. After that, my heavy period persisted for another 10 days (upto 20th August). Presently I am under medication of Cabgolin 0.5 and already completed course of Krimson 35. On 6th of September my period was started suddenly and continued for 8 days upto 14th September. Today suddenly I felt severe pain in lower abdomen, back and legs with clotted smelly blood (black colour) again. I am worried. Please suggest what should I do.

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