2 months ago due to bleeding for over 12 weeks, very heavy my doctor told me my best option was an ablation. Very bad choice on my part as for the last 2 months I have been in unbearable pain when my period is due While in the hopital due to the pain the doctor said all I needed was to open my cervics as the cervics had scarred up and blood was stuck inside of me; so while in pain, the ob/gyn tried to open up my cervics but said it was very shut due to scar tissue and refferred me to another doctor....a specailist. Now this doctor says I just need a D&C. I requested a hist. but was told I was not a good canidate as I have not delivered vaginally and my uterus had ruptured in the past. I feel like I have had enough of the pain and problems and I am just ready to get it taken care of once and for all but my doctor seem to disagree. Any ideas?
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