Get a second opinion. If it was just polyps causing the problem, and they were removed successfully (polyps can be deeply embedded, and proper removal is not always possible), then I can't see how bleeding that heavily for so long is "normal".
my motto these days is, "when in doubt, get second, third, and fourth opinions until you are satisfied".
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