Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Life is not fair




When you write a blog, can you actually write anything?  Even if it is a bit embarrassing and not nice at all?

I hate going to gynecologist. I had seen thousands of infertility specialists in the last few years, but I hadn't seen my gynecologist for the last two years. But I had to go there this morning, since I got an infection. This one: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacterial_vaginosis

And, no, no matter what is written on wikipedia, I didn't have any new S. partners  in the last decade :)

But the point what I wanted to whine about today (after all, it is Lisa's Wednesday) is: in the waiting room there were lots of pregnant women. Three of them were with husbands. One was with her mother. I was alone and not pregnant.

Why ALL the other women came to see the gynecologist because of the baby? And I had to come because of f***ing  BV???


8 comments:

  1. I actually switched my OBGYN after my last miscarriage to a GYN who specializes in pre-menopause and I have been fortunate that even though she is in an office with other OBGYNs, I have been lucky enough that the last couple of times I have been there, there were no pregnant women in the waiting room. At my old OBGYN, that is all I saw...all the time. Sorry about the BV and yes, life is not fair, I so agree.

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    1. Thanks, Jen!
      that's a good idea: finding a OBGYN that specializes in pre-menopause! I don't even know if we have one in our country (=disadvantage of living in a tiny country).

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  2. I hope your infection clears up soon. Bothersome things…
    I started seeing a specialist in a neighboring city for my endo, and decided that I no longer want to see my current Gyn in the town that I live in. I don’t want to see the Gyn that I have been going to for the last 8 or so years because she is no longer interested in treating me since we decided to stop trying to have a baby. Every time I would go in there with problems with my endo all she wanted to talk about was when we were going to try to have a baby again and not my endo problems. Even though I kept telling her we were done trying. So I started to search for a new Gyn in my city that I could get my regular visits and I will see the specialist for my endo in the neighboring city. I wanted a Gyn only, no Ob. I figured I didn’t want to sit in the waiting room with pregnant woman anymore watching them rub their bellies. I was very disappointed to find out that ALL the Gyn’s in my town also do Ob practice. Grr… there is no getting away from those pregnant woman.

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    1. thanks H.!
      My English is not that good, so only now I learned difference between OBGYN and GYN. Yup, I have to find GYN!

      Watching women rubbing their bellies can hurt so much! How well I understand!¨

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  3. I'm SO SORRY to hear about this. :-(((( (((HUGS))) Hope your infection clears up ASAP. I hear you on the pregnant part. I've had some pregnancy bombs lately as well as birth photos that made me sing, "I Will Survive" HE HE HE HE HE HE HE HE...

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  4. Yep. Ouch moments and pregnant bellies. Just to kick you when you're feeling down. Hugs.

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  5. I hope your problem clears soon. I know exactly how you feel. I was just thinking tonight that it should be against the law to have hemorrhoids unless you have got to have at least one healthy baby. My Mom always blames hers on her kids, so I think I should not have to have them.

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  6. thanks, girls!
    I got a drug (antibiotic in cream) so I guess I will be OK in one week.
    hugs back.

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