She is a professional, that is not a concern.March 12 2012 at 2:36 PM
|Mel K. (no login)|
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She would not do a surgery if she though she was going to get "tired" in the middle. I don't think that is a realistic fear.
I, too, am very sorry this has happened to you, again.
But, it is a reminder to take things one at a time.
First you were thrilled with Coop.er since they were the only ones that found this problem.
Then you thought Coo.per gave you an infection.
Then you thought they sent you for surgery you did not need and you wanted to fire them and never go back.
Now it turns out your Dr. was wrong and you want Coop.er to do your surgery.
I say re-read your posts and make a clear decision about this when you have calmed down a bit. You live in New York City? I'd find a great doctor there.
This is a horrible thing to go though and I am sorry, again, you were wise it turns out to insist on the MIR and your Dr. was wrong. It sounds to me like this thing is mimicking the uterine wall and so it looks like a false wall though the scope. Why she did not see it on the second SUS is just odd. Did she really do one?
I would also NOT tell your OBGYN what happened, get there early and ask for photo-copies of ALL your surgery records FIRST, before your appointment. Then go put them in the car. Then go back up. I would also bring her the new notes from the MRI and their findings. (Copies only.)
As far as insurance you did not have the surgery the first time, you had a scope and a SUS (maybe) so there should be no billing issue.
Again, I am sorry this happened to you but try not to jump to conclusions until you have all the facts and please try to calm yourself. This is bad medicine that all this has happened but at least you are still on the road to an answer. And, if the fibroid is that hard to see, now you know why no one did find it before. Who know who long it has been there? And, in the long run, if you OBGYN can't see it, aren't you glad she did not end up being your surgeon? Better to go with someone much more experienced.
I hope this all gets better.
- Re: She is a professional, that is not a concern. - teresa on Mar 12, 2:58 PM