Why have my last three OB/GYN's did not believe me when I had/have ovarian cyst pain?? I had a ct scan and blood work. This is the reason I'm in pain so why don't these doctors believe me?? I am so irritated. I fired my current OB/GYN and am going to a womens center clinic. I currently have a cyst that is about 2cm(1 inch) and whenever they press on that side, it hurts like Hell!!!View Thread
Took 3 tests and all positive!! The Endo doc said some women get pregnant after the HSG procedure. We are trying not to get too excited since I have PCOS and such. I'm thrilled, scared and anxious. Going in for the blood test tomorrow. Hoping I don't have a miscarriage. Wish me luck!
Hi all. I've posted a few times in here and got excellent feedback. I guess I'm writing this post b/c I am terrified. I don't ovulate on my own b/c of PCOS. I am waiting for my blood work results and I have to call the first day of my next period. But now I'm freaking out b/c what if I did ovulate last week and am now pregnant? What if it ends in a m/c? We are not 100% financially stable. So why would we try? B/c I want to be a mom and my DB(darling boyfriend) wants to be a dad. My best friend says we shouldn't get pregnant right now b/c of finances. My family would be excited if I got pregnant and his mom would go crazy over having her first grandchild. I'm just scared. All the what if's are flowing through my brain. Not to mention that I'm on a depression med and anxiety med and I have fibromyalgia. I will be 33 in 6 1/2 months. I am just overwhelmed!! Thanks for reading.
Snowed in today!! Woo Hoo! Unfortunately I still have to shovel my car out and get to work by noon. For all of you who do not know the annoyance of shoveling a foot of snow, the end product of the hard work is worth it! Except when a plow comes by and blocks the end of the driveway.View Thread
Your pain description reminds me of someone my mother rides the bus with. The 'someone'(don't know her name) has a daughter that is going through what you are. See an endocrinologist if you haven't already. Try to find one that specializes in PCOS. I hope you feel better.
At first when the doctor put in the catheter I almost cried from the pain but then it turned into a bit of cramoing but once she took out the catheter I was perfectly fine. My tubes are not blocked and they didn't see anything abnormal. I didn't look during the procedure but I looked at the picture after I sat up. I didn't realize how funny looking the fallopian tubes are. The whole system(uterous, ovaries etc..)looks weird. What she did tell me though was after today(no sex today) my boyfriend & I can start trying and possibly get pregnant. I have to go in tomorrow for the blood work and 2 hour glucose test. The 'worst' of the testing is done and I'm A-OK! Thanks for your post.