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4 Doctors in 5 months and still NOTHING!!!!!! PIOG

Posted by on Sep. 29, 2009 at 8:52 PM
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I've posted before about severe pain in my right side (around my ovary and tube), today I saw a specialist.  He's the best in his field in this area and for the past 6 yrs has been selected as one of the best doctors in America, but even he can't figure out whats wrong with me.  I had another US today and the nurse stopped halfway through and said "You have some weird looking junk in there and....ummm.... I have to show this to the doctor...."  Apparently there is way too much fluid in my uterus and some weird blotches showing up on the US that they can't figure out.  So now I have to go to his office at the hospital to be checked with a US that is like an MRI and hope he can find something with that.  He's already started me on BC so he has a bigger time window to go in laparoscopically to find out whats wrong in case the US/MRI thing doesn't show anything better (without the BC there are only about 10 good days each month to go in to look around, on BC he can go in pretty much whenever).  So I'm a little freaked out right now.  And to top it off I have to look up the info for the hospital that did my surgery back in 06 so they can hopefully get my operation record to the doc by next Wed or they have to reschedule my appointment.  Please pray they can figure something out next week!  I feel like I should be on an episode of Mystery Diagnosis lol.


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usafwife314
by Member on Sep. 29, 2009 at 9:32 PM

Did she seriously say "weird looking junk"? 

Hopefully they will be able to find something out soon!  Sounds like a horrible ordeal to have to go through.


AMarineLovesMe
by Group Owner on Sep. 29, 2009 at 10:56 PM

LOL That's exactly what she said.  She apologized afterwards, she was actually a really sweet nurse.

Quoting usafwife314:

Did she seriously say "weird looking junk"? 

Hopefully they will be able to find something out soon!  Sounds like a horrible ordeal to have to go through.



usafwife314
by Member on Sep. 29, 2009 at 11:25 PM

That would make me uncomfortable..and then run out.  Did the doctor give you ANY insight as to what he THINKS it could be?

Do you have your appendix?


AMarineLovesMe
by Group Owner on Sep. 29, 2009 at 11:53 PM

I was staring at the pic of the hot underwear model they had on the ceiling trying to tune out the fact that there was a wand moving around my vajayjay lol so it took a second to realize what she said.  When she came back she was all "OMG I'm so sorry about that" lol.  I do have my appendix, but that was the first thing they checked when I went to the ER originally and it's fine.  Everything they are finding "weird" is in the girly parts haha.


usafwife314
by Member on Sep. 29, 2009 at 11:58 PM

maybe you used your girly parts to much before DH left LOL.

But seriously...wow. And just a stupid question...are you SUPPOSE to have fluid in your uterus if you're not prego


AMarineLovesMe
by Group Owner on Sep. 30, 2009 at 12:21 AM

LMAO sadly no I didn't... we was working like 16 hr days and I was in too much pain haha poor guy....

And no.  I have a ruptured cyst in my left ovary so there should be some fluid, but the amount of fluid they found is wayyyyy too much for just a cyst.


usafwife314
by Member on Sep. 30, 2009 at 12:46 AM

awww. 

And just cause I'm a weird research nut...

this is what I googled:

If the fluid is in the central, hollow endometrial cavity, it could indicate a build-up of old blood. This condition is rare, but if present, it deserves further follow-up and medical evaluation. Also, mucus in the cervical canal at midcycle can often be confused with fluid in the endometrial cavity by a less skilled ultrasonographer.

If the fluid is in the wall of the uterus, you may have a condition called adenomyosis, in which the endometrial glands grow into the wall of the uterus. This would be quite rare at your age. Adenomyosis does not always cause infertility; that would depend upon its location in the uterine wall and the appearance on transvaginal ultrasound.


AMarineLovesMe
by Group Owner on Sep. 30, 2009 at 12:51 AM

Gee thanks.  I've managed to keep myself from researching since I got home from my appointment cause I didn't want to find stuff to worry myself with, like things that involve the word infertility since we're TTC LMAO

rolling on floor


usafwife314
by Member on Sep. 30, 2009 at 12:57 AM

Well shit


AMarineLovesMe
by Group Owner on Sep. 30, 2009 at 2:08 AM

LOL between now and next week I would've broken down and started looking stuff up anyways. 


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