So I had my gyn appointment on Monday what a lovely consultant. He told me after having a good look at the ultra sound he believes in his words," it's just a boring cyst," and just wants to have another ultra sound to see what it's up to and if its functional it should be menstrual linked, if it gets a bit bigger looking to remove it. He then examined me aha the mental clamp designed by a less kind man I believe, didn't work as my cervix is set back and off centre. That explains a lot!
So he examined me internally and advised me I also had endometriosis.
So I have a slow healing prolapsed disc( it is getting better after the epidural but slowly), an ovary cyst and endometriosis. Mmmm
It's not fun being me at the moment but hay ho with all of you out there I don't feel alone:-) Trace:-)
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