I am 33 years old and I am a virgin. I've been having a lot of pain and I finally saw a gyn for the first time. He tried to do a biopsy of my uterus and the pain was so bad he had to stop. I guess maybe the speculum was too large for me (I don't know for sure). He set me up with a transvaginal ultrasound next week and I am wondering if it will be as bad. He gave me a prescription for 10mg of valium to take an hour before. I hope that helps, but I don't know if that is very strong or not.
Also. I've read that the radiologist may ask me to insert it myself. I would rather not (and I don't know how drugged I will be) Is it ok to ask them to do it, or is that abnormal?
When i had mine the radiolagist did it no ?? asked, i thank that most do it them selves..if urs ask just tell them u would be more comfetbul if thay did it...and mine was not painful..but i wasent a virgin, so i dont know how it will be for u.....Good Luck...
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