Thursday, June 23, 2011



The doctor described the material in my uterus as having been there for "a very long time." Rob got the sense from talking to him that the doc didn't have a stock answer for this situation. He'd had to "chip away" at the lining of my uterus. (Have the screaming heebie-jeebies now? You're welcome.)

The doctor also mentioned that once everything that needed to come out was out, "the uterus looked very normal. So you may not have a bicornuate uterus."


He'll have more information for me at my follow-up appointment in two months. Did he really say two months? I was still waking up from anesthesia, but Rob swears he also heard the doc say "months." Doesn't this ladyparts doctor know that in uterine time, two months is for-fucking-ever!?

Anyway, as much as I want to get wrapped up in solving this mystery of my insides (I mean, just how long is a-very-in-italics long time? A Westley-long-time ago? What was that thing, really?) that road leads to Crazygirltown.

I think I'm done rubbernecking at my own body for a while.



Amber @ Not Mommy said...

How much more are you going to have to deal with?
I hate this for you so so so fucking much!

Allison the Meep said...

Whoa. WTF indeed.

I hope you're healing well, in all senses of the word.

Jessica said...

I really appreciate your candid honesty about everything you have gone through here. I hate that you've had such a difficult experience, but in a weird way, I've been totally interested in the story of it too. I hope your next story is a happier one though!

Good luck with the healing process!


Say WHAT??!! I want the follow-up story please! Also, you are a woman I admire. You have been through a lot. I love your honesty and your perspective. Thanks for telling your story. Heal up, friend.