First off, I really need to start blogging more often. Okay, I went to my primary doctor today to have a check up and to take about my pain levels. I have been feeling like crap and my body aches. My doctors office is a learning office so usually I see residents which is fine but it becomes frustrating having to tell your story every time the residents switch out.
We change my pain medication from T3s to a long acting and a short acting morphine. Well see how it goes. Then I ask about my referral back to the gyno that did my first surgery to diagnose me and the resident says "it says here that she declined you as a patient as there is no more options for treatment, didn't anyone tell you?" No one told me but thanks for the information... I then tell her to put in a referral to find me someone who will take me on and is comfortable treating Endometriosis. I'm not done trying here but apparently my gyno is.
Next, we talk about more referrals including a chronic pain group, pelvic floor therapy, chronic pain clinic, cognitive behavioral therapy and meeting with a social worker. I'm h
My name is Kristen McRobie, I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Endometriosis when I was 21.