InterpretingThe Ultrasound Findings: Cervical Cyst or Polyps Results

cervical-cyst, polyps-result

I had more than two weeks of menstruation and an itch.
 For 2 days, I did not see even a tinge of red in my underwear. It was happiness for me, then. 

I went to an ob-gyne for check-up. Guess, I had disclose it in my previous post about the cream she gave me for the itch. Now, for my prolonged period problem. She tried to insert her two fingers in my V-part and placed her hand on my tummy and push it down softly. But, I was nervous because I can feel a little bit of pain. My ob-gyne suggest an ultrasound. It was Transvaginal ultrasound.
Transvaginal ultrasound is like a pelvic examination that checks all our female reproductive organs. It is use to check our cervix, uterus and ovaries.

As what my ob suggested, I scheduled myself for the ultrasound last Saturday. I was a bit nervous because the sonographer is a man and at the same time a doctor.  When it was my time to lay in bed, he asked me what was the problem. I told him everything. I remind him that I am bleeding. My ob does not know about it because I was not bleeding at that time, yet. It was next day after the check up. This "next day" was a walk to a small bazaar (in Filipino term, it is "tiangge").

After the insertion, the sonographer told me to ask my ob-gyne for a pap smear. A pap smear can tell if it's a cervical cyst or polyps. Either is the cause of my bleeding.

It wasn't funny! I almost cry but I held unto my feelings. 
Tuesday was the ob-gyne schedule in the hospital. Unfortunately, she did not arrive. A nurse told me that she has a problem with her kidney. Furthermore, the nurse suggest to find another ob-gyne.

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