I was having some vaginal blood spotting (fresh pink) with exercise. Also some clear liquid discharge. No opportunity for any sexually transmitted diseases, as I have a faithful relationship with my husband. Ultrasound looked good - no thickening of uterine lining. However, the doctor said that I had "water under (or behind) my uterus." He wondered if I had had any pelvic pain. I mentioned that I had had some non-significant pressure pain on the right lower side of my abdomen. He suggested I may have had a cyst that ruptured. He is not a gynecologist, just the doctor who analyzes the sonograms and xrays after they are taken. What should I do to make sure I get the right diagnosis?:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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