corina Posted April 12, 2006 Report Share Posted April 12, 2006 last week i had to see my gyn to talk about the hysterectomy i was scheduled for. as i had to wait for an hour and couldn't sit anymore i was very sick when he finally called me in. after using meds (forgot the name of course) i told him that i hadn't had a mensturuation for 3 weeks, so maybe things were okay again (i have a hormone coil which makes that i don't menstruate but it seemed that it didn't work anymore and that's why we decided to do the surgery). he adviced me to cancel the hysterectomy and whenever i would start menstruating i could call him and he would schedule me in again and surgery would be done. as i was too sick to argue (and glad i might not have to do the hysterectomy as i'm so scared for anesthesia) i agreed and of course 4 days later . . .on top of that, my very dear grandmom (85) died very suddenly. i know she was old, but she was such a great lady. she has 5 children, 8 grandchildren and 12 great grand children. she knew everything about all of us and always had something nice to tell about her (great) grandchildren. she knew everything about politics and loved reading (which she learned all of us is so very important). we often called (as she lives on an hour drive) and we talked about the books we read. 4 years ago (when she had open heart surgery) she called me and told me that she was so sad that she was doing so well after surgery and i was doing so bad. i will miss her very very much. on friday i will go to her funeral, no matter what. surgery has to wait until i'm feeling better (physically and emotionally). thanks for listening, i just needed to let you know,corina Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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