Okay..I had my first surgery Oct. 13, 2011. It was a vaginal assisted lsh(think I got that right). Starting about a month ago, I started noticing that sex was uncomfortable and was having to adjust positions(just like before the surgery) and then it started being painful
great! Then one night, I started bleeding VERY lightly after sex and was still hurting the day after. I went to my doctor and she did an exam, only to say that it was scar tissue build up on my cervix. She is wanting to do a second surgery to remove my cervix. She gave me some painkillers and an anti inflammatory..which I took. I told her that I was still building my time up at work and couldn't take off..wanted to wait until Sept. she seemed happy with that.
She called me back in after I called to get a refill of meds...guessing I was getting addicted, I figured. Done another exam, asked me when to do surgery and after I told her AGAIN...she pretty much pushes for me to do it THIS month. She says that once she gets permission to use the machine..she would schedule. I was in complete shock...I asked her about recovery cause of my leave and she stated that it would be a week with it being robotically assisted. Also, she didnt have permission for the machine before? She's never done one? I am not sure. I healed very slowly after my first surgery...not sure I could go through it again. I just have a really BAD feeling about this. So I called to reschedule and get more meds...again..they asked me when and pretty much said that she wouldn't refill my meds until Sept. I asked if there was anything else I could take that would work without being addictive..they did but no one has the medication in my area so again...no meds. In pain during sex and the day after..enough for me to cringe when I sit down...gently, mind you.
Sorry so long but it is a long story...do I need to get a second opinion or what do I need to do? I hate feeling pushed into anything...I tend to baulk badly on that
but my main concern is that I didn't have this feeling of dread with my first surgery...and I have a HUGE one with this surgery.