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Linde

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My vagina was healing pretty nice, and I was debating if I need those big maxi pads in my panties anymore. I was just spotting a bit because of the dilation grease.
Well last Thursday night I started to bleed badly during dilation, and it took a while for the bleeding to stop. On Friday morning I had the pelvic floor therapy, and I asked the therapist if she could take a look inside to see where the bleeding comes from. She palpated around and hit an area that hurt pretty bad upon touching it, and blood started to gush out again. It was about 3 to 4 inches deep inside the canal. They had a hard time to stop the bleeding, and needed several gauze sponges to do this. She went on the horn and talked with my surgeon, and the conclusion was that I had an area of tissue granulation inside.
The surgeon feels it might heal out again, if I use the number 2 dilator (the blue one) only. He said I cannot stop dilation to prevent any canal shrinkage/closure. I had not dilated Saturday and Sunday and when I started again on Monday, I had difficulties already to shove the dilator in. I kept on dilating, and this morning was the first time that dilating did not cause any bleeding. I hope that the bleeding will have stopped for good, and I can start to use the larger dilators again.

I hope that this event did not set me back much in the final healing. if anything would be just normal, I would be allowed to have intercourse with my new VJ in a little bit over 3 months from now. Now I just have to find a fitting man for it!

Ladies, do not stop dilating, whatever happens, it seems as if depth is lost faster than a race car can drive!

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I was very conscientious about dilating, perhaps even more than prescribed. I never had granulation luckily. Other issues yes, but no granulation. If you go a year, you can start thinking about spacing out dilations. IMHO
 

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I was very conscientious about dilating, perhaps even more than prescribed. I never had granulation luckily. Other issues yes, but no granulation. If you go a year, you can start thinking about spacing out dilations. IMHO
They told me that I can go to once a week after a year, or have appropriate time with intercourse.
I own dilators, but I would still have to find a guy for the intercourse thing. I think it might be a continous love hate relationship with the dilators.
The bleeding stopped, and I hope it was it for good.


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