I have been suffering from glut. med. pain for over 30 years and one time I was diagnosed by ultrasound imaging of having glut. med. tendinopathy. Running has been difficult. I read this article in 2013 with interest, and it was of great help. Including massage by a professional therapist twice monthly with emphasis on the hips and exercises as described in this link http:///gluteus- I now do 100 km per month without much hip problems. In fact, nowadays I experience other issues, such as beginning compartment syndrome etc. The amount of suffering seems constant! :=)
Keep Running The Distance
I had a pap smear 3 weeks ago. Last week I had a in-office biopsy because the pap had “mild-moderate abnormal” cells. My Ob-Gyn explained the degrees of abnormalities stating a “severe” stage could be cancersous. Well, today, 6-30-2015, she called and said that this biopsy showed “moderate” abnormalities and was more precise than a pap. But to make sure there’s no cancer I need a cone biopsy. I feel like she’s not being completely transparent…and her ultimate goal is a hysterectomy. Please help me…is this procedure really necessary or do I need a second opinon and how would I get it?