Blood In Ultrasound

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Betty - October 3

I have no idea what’s going on. I haven’t been well in a while no period in 3 ½ months. I went for an ultrasound, the girl doing it recommend an internal one. I don’t know what I’m missing. It looked to me as if I had a friend (something that wasn’t there last time) but she quickly removed the eye of the camera. When I asked why the screen was getting covered in white drizzle she said she seen it has blood. I have many female friends that think I am pregnant but I’m not sure, I’m sick, I have cramping, fever, swelling, light spotting from time to time Once a month for 2 or 3 days my doctor said its normal. he is a guy. When I went to see a woman doctor she sent me for a ultrasound. I don’t know what’s going on. During My pelvic exam my uterus was sensitive. I have no std’s she didn’t do a blood pregnancy test. I think my friends might be out of there minds so I’m asking you guys, any input would seriously helpful.

 

Lucy - October 3

Honey, you need to ask your doctor more questions. It does not sound like they believe you are pregnant. It sounds like they are treating it like you have some type of medical condition. I have similar symptoms but not all and I have endometriosis. The endometriosis has caused me not to have a period at all. However, I have the cramping, pain, fever, headaches like I am going to start but never do. After alot of research & asking my doctors questions I understand endometriosis & why I feel the way I do when I do. If you are having a hard time communicating with the doctors or understanding take a friend or your mother with you. You need answers & you need them now!

 

Lucy - October 3

I forgot to mention that my endometriosis makes a pelvic exam unbearable!!.. My uterus is also extremely sensitive. S_x is most of the time uncomfortable as well.

 

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