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Sorry that I have been MIA lately. I have had a lot going on.
First of all I have been dealing with a lot of depression in relation to Dh's upcoming deployment (not a good thing I know, but I can't help it)
Next, I have been dealing with increasing pain in my right side. Went to the doctor today and he ordered an ultrasound to see what is going on. He mentioned something, but I can't remember what he said. Anywho, he said that if the pain does not go away (it's been going on for almost 3 months) then I can either take birth control pills, which would defeat our purpose, or have surgery to have my ovary removed. So today has been really stressful. He did say that my ovary is still working fine, just causing a lot of pain. We will see in about a week when I have the ultrasound.
So that is what is going on with me right now.
Proud wife to a deployed Navy Seabee
Homeschooling mom of two girls
Oh Jessica, I'm so sorry you've having a tough time right now. I've missed you & wondered where you'd been. When does your DH deploy? If your DH's deployment is soon, would you consider going on the BC pills while he is gone? Maybe that'll help with the pain, and possibly keep you from having to have the ovary removed. Please keep us updated on what the doctor decides to do.
Oh, Jessica, thanks for letting us know how things were going. I'm sorry things are so rough for you right now. Becky's got a good idea about being on BCP while DH is deployed. Keep us posted on what happens with the ultrasound and don't be a stranger. We're here to help you in the bad times and laugh with you in the good ones.