How are you doing? I actually got a week and a half off of "period". But started back up on Saturday. Very-very light. Today almost nothing. Just called Planned Parenthood to have them tx all my records from this stuff to Dr Glaess so she will have that on the 27th for my visit.
Just a quick note to say hi!
Well, that ultrasound wasn't bad. Kind of weird feeling though. And of course, the person who is looking at the pictures can't tell you anything. They did find some stuff, could tell by some of the conversation. They did say the word "cyst". Will have to wait till Friday when I talk to planned parenthood on the final findings. So - from what I can gather on-line - it if is fibrods - hyster surgery. If cysts, larger dosages of birth control pill.
Thru the whole thing, just got nervous once. When the tech coudn't find my right ovary. It was hiding.
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