I have had spotting every couple of months for the past 6 months. The Dr sent me for a pelvic ultrasound - which turned out to be an internal ultrasound. I have had these many times before - both in the US and in Canada (I am currently in Canada).
This time the technician did a bunch of pictures then went out to confer with the Doctor to see if he wanted more pictures. The Dr (Radiologist) then came in and drove himself and took more pictures.
That has never happened to me before.
Should I read anything into it? Has anyone have that happen?
My Dr has no idea why I am spotting and this ultrasound was really my insistence - he was just going to "see if it happens again" and would not accept that.
The Radiologist also kept asking me questions about my surgery, removal of ovaries, were they "clear" upon removal, etc. If he was looking inside - shouldn't he have seen no ovaries?
Kind of strange test and I am trying to keep my head on straight. But you know how it goes...
I appreciate any experiences - good or bad. At this point it can't be any worse than what my fears have been.