I had my ultrasound today. The day I was dreading! I know it's a step in the right direction, but being back at that hospital brought all of those memories back. I remember going for the Big ultrasound and leaving SO excited. And I began to feel horrible. Once I did actually start the ultrasound it wasn't so bad. They turned the screen so you couldn't look at anything...which for me was probably a good thing. Not seeing Maddie in there anymore would have probably turned me into a sobbing mess. She said that the doctors would call me and tell me the results and they would call right away if they found anything alarming. Which I highly doubt they will. She suggested that if my doctor didn't call me. To call him and see what he thinks about the ultrasound. He already told me that the only option would be surgery and that he doesn't think it needs to go there. But I am wondering about the small cyst that they found. So do you ladies think I should call to see what he thinks? I know he probably won't say much..but I would at least like to see what he thinks about the next pregnancy with my uterus. I was thinking that maybe since the placenta could have possibly planted in a bad spot that they could next time see where it has planted since he knows what my uterus looks like. And maybe do some kind of ultrasound to see the blood flow through the cord and etc. Does anybody know if they can do anything like that? I don't know.. I just would like some hope for next time. That is the only reason why I'm going through all this.
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