I went to the doctors the other day because there might be a lump one my ovary. Anyway she had to do an internal examination, which isn't fun at the best of times. I was terrified she was going to see my scars all over my legs. I haven't cut in a long time but obviously I still have the scars and I'm terrified I'll be found out because I feel so ashamed. I'm pretty sure I was visibly shaking. I don't think there's any way she could've not seen them but neither she or the nurse said a word which made me feel better. She asked me to go back and see her this friday though. I'm really worried she'll bring it up. I have no idea what I'll say if she does!
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