Five weeks ago, I had a hysterectomy along with uterus, cervix and fallopian tubes. I am experiencing light pink to red vaginal bleeding after dealing with high stress at work. I just had my second follow up with my doctor. She said that my stitches are intact and everything appears normal. I have been working from home, but have an extremely high stress in career. Could stress be the cause for my bleeding? My hysterectomy was due to excessive bleeding, which they attributed to fibroids. Can this high stress career actually continue to make me bleed? I also have cramping, which is very similar to the cramps I had during regular menstruation. My doctor also had no explanation about the bleeding. Please help me. Thank you in advance for your time.
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