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  • Posted By: never heard of this
  • December 17, 2006
  • 07:11 AM

ok so i was having problems with bleeding inbetween cycles.. so i went to the doctor for a exam.. after being told that i have a tilted cervix that was hard to find and a BLUE cervix.... with several symptoms of endometrosis i was scheduled for a ultrasound.. outside and inside views were taken... after several weeks of tourture waiting for a call back from the doctor i finally got the call... only to find out that they can not find anything wrong with me EXCEPT.. that i am missing my right OVARY... they asked me if i ever had one... well yes i had my tubes tied over 7 years ago... i think the doctor would have told me if i didnt have a ovary.. not to mention 9 years ago i had a proedure looking for endometrosis where they showed me my ovaries... both of them on the screen... so my question....where is my ovary.. has anyone else just woke up one day and found out that they didnt have a ovary anymore and if so where did it go? did it just dissapear.... could it have been stolen when i had my tubes tied... do they normally just fade away... and if so does that explain chronic pelvic pain and irregular periods.. and what is the deal with my BLUE cervix.. im not pregnate.... is my body just screwed up royally...

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  • I would get a second opinion. I would find out who the very best ob/gyn within drivable distance is and go there. Sometimes it's hard to see everything via imaging if there is a lot going on. Obviously, what is going on is a bit unclear and not being explained in a satisfactory manner. Much of medicine is communication, and you need a relationship with a doctor where communication is better and where you can have confidence in them.
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    • December 17, 2006
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