🔴GOOD LUCK LOVE🔴
Desperate to know more I rang for an appointment with my GP to be told there wasn’t any appointments for a week and a half! So, I leant on google for answers.
What became immediately apparent was that from a fertility perspective I was probably looking at surgery. I could go back on hormones, but that would be a contraceptive and the hormones would only suppress, not fix. But I was certain I had Endometriosis.
Expecting to get more answers from my GP, I was strangely excited to have my appointment. Sadly, I got less information than I had hoped for. My doctor hadn’t even looked through my notes before I walked in, so she was asking me why I was there to see her whilst reading my scan results. Great!!
‘So you have a 6cm endometrioma on your ovary’… yes, so does that mean I have Endometriosis?? And she said ‘it’s indicative of it’. Not shit Sherlock!!
At which point I had l lost all faith in my treatment so far, it was time to go private. I wanted to see a specialist.
And just to tip it off, as I walked out the door my doctor said ‘good luck love’ with a patronising wink. Just then the worry began to set in. That departing sentence will live with me forever…
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