for the obgyn i saw today, her condescending attitude was
AND for my vagina's inability to queef on demand as her face
warranted such a queef.
er worthy pain past 5 cycles and writes it off as my endo.
Me: i'm too afraid of stroke risk i have ppa.
Her: she laughs in delight and says no your risk of stroke is higher in pregnancy.
Me: while i was pregnant i was well aware of all kinds of risks
Her: being pregnant should've cleared up the endo,
Me: no it's most likely returned.
Her: well having the lap and pregnancy can clear it up.
Me: well i'm not going to get pregnant to temporarily relieve
the endo issue.
Her: laughs and says well of course not.
I said years ago I was on it (bcp) along with vicodin because of the pain, so fine.
Her: she returns to my ppa and said so you're on medication for it?
then she busts out a list and practically fills it in for me...
Her: tiredness? why yes you are you're stressed
back pain? yes it's what we all mothers have
of course you're a mom
i just nodded my head in agreement because she had ALL the answers
i asked about a hysterectomy.
her: oh no. it won't happen. unless your pain is severe and there
is a reason.
my head: apparently i will need to visit the er every cycle then
before these idiots take me seriously
Her: i think we've met, you look familiar
My head: oh no cunt i would've remembered you and
said no to seeing you (note to self won't be seeing her again)
then ends the visit with have you been on bcp before?
my head: you fucking condescending cunt obviously can't hear because i already
i hope someone queefs in her face today and may
she have to dive down into a hairy abyss that
resembles old blue cheese and smells of wet rotten doritos
then return home to cry. because she made me feel so stupid and because as soon as any medical
professional hears or reads i have ppa/d/ocd they really then talk down to me
and write my concerns off as it's stress from my anxiety.
whoop there i go crying again. way to make the crazy
i believe it's the medical community that
helps perpetuate the stigma that comes with
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