A note to the medical “professional”

Recently in the last few months I have been visiting with medical professionals more than usual. In March I went in for serious pain to the OBGYN. I was supposed to have surgery last September, but it got postponed for several reasons. I muddled thru the winter with ovarian and uterine pain hoping it would just go away….

In March I visited with the covering OB. He examined me, chatted with me, said we needed to do the surgery ASAP, and then left the room to check his schedule. He came back a few moments later and said he could operate in two days, there was a cancellation in his schedule. With the pain I was in, I agreed. I went home and got prepared.

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