So it has been about a month since my CT Scan and I haven't heard anything. I follow up with Dr. Game's office and they say that the CT Scan revealed nothing and that I can see him for a follow-up appointment on October 3rd. Phew, just as I thought, everything is okay.
September 6 I have my womanly physical with my gynecologist Dr. Mayo. I am back to regular yearly checkups for my pap smears since I have been cleared by the colposcopy doctor that my cervix no longer has abnormal cells. My appointment goes well and I ask Dr. Mayo about my surgery that I have been waiting for for over a year. I have very heavy periods that last 7-10 days and they figure this is a factor in my anemia problem. We discussed over a year ago of doing an endometrial ablation, yet I have heard nothing of this surgery to date. When I tell Dr. Mayo that I am still waiting, he immediately tells me that he will check with his nurse. He comes back in and says that I will be booked for surgery before the end of the month. He is very apologetic and says somehow my paper work got put aside. The office will get back to me in the next couple of days with a surgery date.
True to their word, I get a call a couple of days later and I am scheduled to go in for surgery in St. Albert on September 28th. I am happy about this as I am still not working so we can get this procedure out of the way before I head back to work.
Everything else with my health is doing really well. I feel good, no, I feel GREAT! Things seem to be really going along well. I am looking for work, working out again, living life like one should be. I am LOVING my new body. So with this surgery, it will just fine tune one more thing and I will be a completely new person.
Surgery on September 28th goes off real well. It is just day surgery so I am home that night resting. The next day I am a little tired, probably from the anaesthesia but other than that, I feel good. You would never know that I had surgery. 2 days later I am washing all the windows in our place for fall cleaning. So happy that they were able to get me in and get this surgery over with!
Now we just have to see what Dr. Game, my blood specialist has to say. What is up with those high white blood cell counts in my stomach? We will find out!