"Hysteroscopy - June"

About: Wythenshawe Hospital

Not too happy with how my GP handled the referral in January for my problems (secretary didn't do the referral letter until I chased her up 7 times, eventually got my appointment about 7 weeks later, then I found out I should have been referred under the 2 week wait pathway for urgent issues) Ended up having to have a Hysteroscopy on the 25th June 2014 after various other tests. After reading many horror stories I was very nervous about the procedure, but the consultant and his team are simply amazing. There was virtually no discomfort during the procedure, I was told what was happening, and I got the great news that it was just a fibroid and not cancer (as I had imagined it must be). I won't lie it was quite painful afterwards so make sure you have some god painkillers. Have been given a few options to think about and am going back in 4 months to discuss how to deal with it. Both of the nurses present, the consultants assistant (I think?) and the consultant himself are wonderful. I felt very reassured which I think is just as important as them being good at their jobs. Thank you very much to all of them.

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Response from Wythenshawe Hospital

Thank you for taking the time to post your comments on the NHS Choices Website. Your comments will be forwarded to the staff in Gynaecology Services, who I know are always appreciative when a patient gives such positive feedback. Kind regards The Patient Experience Department

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