I went to see my specialist for the first time and told him of my iregular cycle but more importantly my constant pain. What also concerns me greatly is my extreme moodiness, PMT, irritability etc. I had a previous diagnosis of PCOS. Others have said I have a mental disorder. I'm not even trying to dispute that. What concerns me is the strong link psychologically to my hormonal cycle (or lack there of) and my pain. The specialist proceeded to tell me that if I'm in pain all the time not just in the lead up to my period then its got nothing to do with it. Then I told him is it a coincidence with my spotting coming straight after the intense pain? He did an ultrasound and said that I am in no way presenting as PCOS - no cyst on ovaries when my last ultrasound indicated this? Then he found fibroids. He said this may cause some pain. I'm having them removed via a laproscopy a week today and he said he'd check for endo. I'm so sad. I'm missing work which in turn makes me feel guilty. i'm being horrible to my partner. Maybe it is just all in my head?
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