I remember the day just like it was just yesterday. That day started out cold and rainy but I still had to get up with the horrible pain in my stomach to travel to the doctor to find out what was wrong. This pain had been bothering me for almost three weeks and I couldn’t take it anymore. I was scared! Just two months before this my husband and I was told that I had possibly developed Endometriosis with the possibility of not being able to have children. We were told that my ovaries had collected a lot of scar tissue and the conception was impossible until the scarring was removed. Oh and by the way it was the day before my twenty first birthday.
I walked into the kitchen to start my morning coffee while I got a shower. I grabbed my clothes and sat them on the bed. I then jumped into the shower and rushed as fast as I could. Appointment time was 9:45 and it was already 8:30. I got dressed, grabbed a donut and poured me a cup of coffee and out the door I went. As I was walking to my car it started to pour down raining. I put the donut in my mouth and used my hand to reach into my purse to grab my keys. Where are my keys? Where are my darn keys? As I turn around in the pouring rain I see my keys hanging from my front door. “Oh great, I said “I am going to be late.” I walked back to the door grabbed my keys and walked back to my car, and off I went.
Once I arrived at the doctor’s office, the pain was so unbearable that I could not even get out of my car. At this time it was now 9:35 and I had to do something. I opened my door thankfully the rain had quit; I once again tried to stand up. As soon as I stood up I fell to my knees sick to my stomach and sharp pains. I reached for my cell phone to call the doctor inside. The receptionist answered the phone, “Women’s Pavilion how may I help you?” I replied “A yes I have an appointment at 9:45 and I am outside but I am in so much pain that I can’t even walk.” “Oh honey, what car do you drive? I am sending someone...
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