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dr took notice of me crying works!

(6 Posts)
charleepeters Tue 03-May-05 19:54:19

I went to my g.p today as a last ditch attempt of getting someting done about my on going bleeding since ds was born, after 8 months i got pretty peed off and so worried i couldnt stop crying, anyway the g.p could clearly see i was really upset and she actually was really nice and helpfull unlike a few drs i have seen about it previously shes given me some anti depressants to get me back on track aranged a scan and blood tests finally theres light at the end of this long long tunnel! horray for the g.p!

LGJ Tue 03-May-05 19:55:52

Glad to hear it....

hunkermunker Tue 03-May-05 19:56:50

Fantastic news! I'm sure I contributed to one of your threads ages ago - I had no idea it was still going on! Hope you're sorted VERY soon xxxxxx

MarsLady Tue 03-May-05 20:26:18

glad it's being sorted. The power of tears eh.....

charleepeters Tue 03-May-05 20:27:47

just got to wait for scan now fingers crossed its all going to be ok xxxx

charleepeters Mon 09-May-05 16:05:44

Hi thanks for your posts, they cheered me up but now im worrying again after seeing my g.p and getting my blood tests done, my bleeding got heavy i thoguht it was a period (looked exactly the same) and thought thank god my period has come hopefully this crap will be over but now im not so sure, its been 6 days and the bleeding still like a heavy period no signs of stopping not even getting lighter, but my g.p says theres nothing they can do untill next tuesday when i have the scan she also says the scan wont probably show anything as she 'thinks' its hormonal, she examined me and said everything looked normal but im still worried but on the good side my anti depressiants seem to have started taking effect its just horrible waititng for this can not knowing what they will find.

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