First of all I hope you will not be overly anxiety ridden by the blood. Blood in the bowl always looks like more blood than it is because it is usually combined with water and/or urine. Did your doctor put you on aspirin or ibuprophen after the surgery? Sometimes doctors do this to prevent blood clots but if you have extensive bleeding it could be that are having the opposite effect. Are you straining at all during urination or bowl movements? If you are this could cause bleeding after this type of surgery. How many days were you in the hospital following your procedure? I have read different lengths of time after this surgery but wondered if this bleeding was occurring while you were there? I did not have this particular surgery so I am not familiar with the post-op time period for it. But did your doctor or PA tell you how long this should last. I might be inclined to call them one more time and ask them this. If you are still having symptoms beyond the time they say you should, I would let them know or call them and tell them you feel you need to go to the ER for evaluation. You don't want to become anemic and this is a possibility with excessive bleeding. You should not be lifting anything heavy or overdoing it at all. You should be walking around your house periodically to avoid clotting. You are your own advocate here and so if you think this is not right then you should take yourself to the ER. Do you have someone who can be with you or look in on you? I would call them if you do and have them maybe come and spend some time with you to take your mind off of your symptoms. And perhaps they can assist you and/or help you go to the ER if you feel it is necessary.
If anyone reads this and has any direct experience with COLPOCLEISIS please respond to @ggm43 and let her know your experience Keep in mind though everyone is different and particularly if you feel light headed or dizzy or shortness of breath at all you need to go to the ER. I would not be alarmed by the bleeding perse but if it persists longer than they say it should, I would get myself to the ER or at least a minor ER facility where you can be seen.
Sorry you are having this experience but the worst is clearly behind you and you will recover from this. And then you will be very valuable as a resource for someone else experiencing this type of procedure. Keep us posted on your progress. I have been thinking about you since I knew your procedure was this month. Don't worry just keep in touch with your doctor and don't let them make you feel bad for calling. They are supposed to take care of you. I will keep you in my thoughts.