I was checked last week by my Doctor and he said he felt a number of fibroids and would probably need a hysterectomy and sent me to have an ultrasound. Here is where my question comes in. My Sister may be lying to me (she is a drug addict and very vicious if you read my journal all this will be explained) Well what happed is she called my Doctor pretending to be me and asked for the results of my ultrasound and called me saying my ultrasound was clean that I don't have fibroids or cysts and that my problems are all in my head. I do have a follow up scheduled with my Doctor this coming Tuesday where I will get the truth but until then I was wondering if anyone had fibroids or cysts that diddn't show up on their first ultrasound and went on to have further tests showing that there were indeed fibroids or cysts leading to a hysterectomy. I know this is an unusual question but I just can't get it out of my head. Why would my Doctor tell me that and then an ultrasound was negative? My bladder was not full at the time of the ultrasound could this be the reason for the clean ultrasound? Of course it is possible that my Sister is lying to me to be mean she does not like it when any one takes away her attention. I'm not seeking attention just answers. Thank you so much Pam
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