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Q: whitish-grey tissue-like discharge with menstruation.

37 yr old mother of two:

Has severe menstrual cramping during menstruation.  Within menstruation is a whitish-gray tissue-like substance.  No itching or burning.  Also large blood clots - look like chunks of raw liver.  One fallopian tube was removed several years ago.  One tube has a surgical clip.  2003 ectopic pregnancy, cauderized for endometriosis. Tugging feeling in groin area.  One yr. ago had 3 fibroids, currently has one fibroid and one cyst.  Pap normal.  Doctor said he's not concerned about it unless anemic.  Admitted to ER in Oct. with severe labor-like pains, no tests done, discharged.  Help!!!  Symptoms persist.

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Amy Hendel, Health Guide
12/29/08 1:26am

You've got a pretty complicated history - I hate only being able to offer this but it sounds like you've got to find the right gynecologist to help you.  I know it may be frustrating and take time, but find the 'right match' doctor - It 's hard to tell what is going on exactly and you do need a diagnosis.

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By Supergma0549, Community Member— Last Modified: 12/24/10, First Published: 12/27/08