Our expert says:
I don't think you are being paranoid. I wonder if you should not just ask your GP to also check your thyroid hormone levels and if the gyne did not examine you internally I would ask the GP to feel if the ovaries and the uterus feel normal. You also need a full blood count to see if your clotting factors are normal and if you do not have anemia. IF you feel unhappy about the quality of the sonar, rather ask your GP to refer you to a sonar specialist near you to do a proper sonar.
Sometimes operations on the uterus or tubes, ovarian cysts or polyps in the uterus can affect the menstrual pattern.
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