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I got my call back this afternoon, as promised, from my clinic with the time for my biopsy. That's all well and good. However, the nurse informed me that my doctor would not be able to perform the test because she will be flying in from out of the country that day and not available. I understand, these things happen.
So, another doctor on the team will have to do the test since this is time sensitive and has to be done on that day. Problem here is, the only other doctor available is one of the fellows and he's just started with this team. He's been on rotation this week during my u/s and both times he was being supervised by one of the other senior doctors on the team (not mine, but one of her peers). Both times, this new doctor had to hand the wand over to the supervising doc to get a good look just to measure my lining.
I'm sure he's competent or he wouldn't be with this team, but I did not get a real good comfort level so now I'm kinda freaking out.
The nurse couldn't really do much, she's great and I can understand that this is not her call. She told me to call my own doctor and see if there is anything else that can be done. I was able to speak to her secretary and she seems to be understanding to my concerns and will talk to my doctor about it on Monday.
I don't know - on one hand I feel like I'm being unreasonable and being a pain in the butt, it's only a biopsy so it's routine. But on the other hand I'm feeling like I need to do what I need to do to be comfortable.
I'm practically in tears over this, but that may be the darn estrace more than anything else.