About 2 month's ago I had some odd lower left abdomen pains, they came and went as days went by but I decided to check it out with my GP as they had been coming and going for around a month. He sent me for an ultrasound scan and an internal scan (probe) and it turns out I have a cyst. After this, my pain went away and I haven't had it since but my GP just referred me to a gynaecologist without much explanation beyond that.
So, I have just booked my first gynaecology appointment for about 3 weeks time. I was just wondering what to expect on the first appointment seen as my pain has gone and I've already had a scan and been probed? I have three main questions which I would really appreciate some answers to before I go if anyone can shed some light I'd be very grateful.
1. Will I need my internal scan (probing) done again as they want to look further?
2. Will I have to have some sort of camera inserted so they can see better?
3. Will they just 'send me away' so to speak as my pain has gone now and it's been around 3 weeks since I last had it?
4. Will I need to have a blood test? (I just hate these, I faint, feel light-headed and queasy and want to avoid at all costs)
I feel I should mention that I'm 22 years old, from the UK and this is being done on the NHS.
I have searched online for all of these answers but there doesn't seem to be much on them I kind of hope number 3 is the case, I haven't had the pain for a while and I really just want to move on with my life without appointments hanging over me all the time D: Any help would be greatly appreciated Thank you in advance.
UPDATE: So I rang my GP Practice just to be sure about the blood test, turns out when you have a cyst a blood test is required -.- so they fit me in yesterday afternoon, which is why I didn't respond to anyone yesterday as I spent most of the day freaking out. I'm just glad I had it done by my nurse and not at the hospital, she's very nice and really understanding. I'm just glad it's over, and my heart goes out to anyone who has to have blood tests regularly.