It is normal to experience some bleeding after a hysterectomy. If the bleeding has become a concern, contact your physician right away.
There are many reasons for vaginal bleeding. They range from irritation or tear during sex, to any of a number of conditions. If you have not had harsh sex, and you are 20 years post-hysterectomy, or even if you have not had a hysterectomy but you cannot account for the bleeding, you should see a doctor.
yes it is very normal
A total hysterectomy removes the uterus and the cervix, leaving a vaginal cuff (which is sutured, at the top of the vaginal canal). A TAH-BSO is a total abdominal hysterectomy (as described above), along with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, meaning that the fallopian tubes and ovaries are also removed).
As uterus and cervix have been removed then there should be no bleeding.
Yes, you can have Bacterial Vaginosis after a hysterectomy. Bacterial Vaginosis is a vaginal infection, as you still have a vaginal canal in tact after a hysterectomy you are still at risk of developing vaginal infections like this one.
do you need a vaginal exam if you have had a complete hysterectomy
It depends on whether the procedure is a vaginal hysterectomy or an abdominal hysterectomy - and if it is an abdominal hysterectomy, if it includes unilateral or bilateral salpingectomy, and it is includes unilateral or bilateral oophorectomy.
Vaginal bleeding is period sweetie lol
You can always get it but it's not typical after a hysterectomy if that is what you mean. It's a vaginal infection and you still have a vagina.
Is a yellowish discharge and slight odor normal after vaginal hyserectomy
Hysterectomy. For painful menstrual bleeding, especially in women who do not wish to have (any more) children, sometimes hysterectomy is recommended.