Since April 2012, I started having very irregular and heavy periods with pain in lower abdomen and back; the GP prescribed medication. In November 2012, it started to get much worse and had a very bad attack which resulted in passing out; lots of pain and heavy bleeding. I was referred to a consultant and had a series of tests which resulted in a hysterocopy; they removed a benign polyp but was informed that I had an enlarged uterus. At my follow up meeting in January, I was told that I was also suffering from endometriosis, a cyst on my right ovary had ruptured and my CA125 levels were high. I have been bleeding since the hysterocopy and in pain. My case has been referred to a central team and I am still waiting. I am very concerned that I have cancer.
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