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On 1-21-12 went to the ER for abnormal bleeding, a transvaginal ultrasound and a pelvic ultra sound was done. At that time I had cramping, pain in pelvic area. Doctor found a 3.5cm cyst on my right ovary, and endometrium hyperplasia. My doc scheduled me for a d & C and possible laprascopy. My post surgery appt. the doc said he got everything and I was fine.
On 4-14-12 went to my PCP due to a lump on my right breast, and pain in my pelvic area. My doc said that I only had the d & c and no cyst was removed. Had a pelvic ultrasound and a breast ultrasound as well as a mammo. Nurse called today and said that the doc wants me to re do the pelvic exam in 3 months. I asked what the results were, but she couldnt give those over the phone. Results will be in on the breast by the time I go to my doc appt to get results.
Why should I wait 3 months to have another ultrasound? what if I have the same cyst in my ovary since January ultrasound found? kind of nervous to take this for an answer, wanting so bad to get another opinion.
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