Having just been to see consultants at a specialist centre, i have been given a diagnosis and surgical plan of everything that needs to happen to me; both tubes to be removed as fully blocked, polycystic ovaries which may need to be removed and adhesion removal from uterus and bowl and then anywhere else it may have crept into.
After meeting with both surgeons who will be working on me, i was told a waiting time of 10-12 weeks I was however going to be added to the cancellation list just incase and to help speed it up as I am in constant pelvic pain.
I was advised to call admissions weekly to check for cancellations etc and keep in front of them. Calling today, i was told i would not be seen for surgery until May 2017, as everything they are looking to action on me is 'routine'. Also asked to clarify what makes me 'more sick than anyone else that calls' and 'can you not manage your pain effectively?' - great compassion there!
Has anyone else experienced a lack of communication from surgeon to admissions, should i be worried? I am on the brink of paying for this to be actioned privately as waiting 6 months after a 2 year battle is something i cannot face.
Any experience or advice would be appreciated.