All last week I was having major boobie pain (I'd use the word breast, but using that word makes me think of chicken breast...so, boobie it is) to the point that it was odder than odd. It was so odd because I couldn't feel the pain when I checked, but it felt like it was there. Like a sensation. I usually get bobbie pain when I have my monthly visitor and, when I was younger, I use to get unbearable bobbie pain that would last two weeks until I got my visitor. But this was just odd.
Thank goodness I had a doctor's appointment later in the week, but bad because the pain was making a nervous wreck. I checked my boobies to make sure I didn't find anything...and nothing. But the pain was still worrying me. It was nothing like I've ever had before. The pain was centralized from one boob to the next and when I had checked, I felt no pain.
So finally my doctor's appointment arrived and off to the doctor's I went. I was so nervous that I couldn't even read my book. I was so nervous that every time a name was called I jumped. I was so nervous that when the nurse came to talk to me and tell me there was a HUGE delay I could barely swallow. Not going to lie, anything to do with my boobies makes me nervous.
Finally it was my turn.
As the doc commenced on his routine check, I tell him about my "issue".
Doctor: "have you checked yourself?"
Me: "yes and nothing."
Doctor: "where are you in regards to your menstrual cycle?"
Me: "well, according to my app on my phone, I'm
fertile and ovulating"
He. Could. Not. Stop. Laughing.
I'm fine. Doctor said that pain is normal, even if I've never had anything like it.
I thought I'd share with you this amusing conversation with my doctor.