Hugs, doctors have so much schooling and yet are idiots in many ways. I'm glad that you were able to get some answers. I have done some research, as some of the women on the board have lost babies to Turner's. From what I read, it is a "unlucky" chain of events that leads to Turners and not anything genetic. Hang in there.
I know what you mean. I feel like the nurses at my doc's office need some sensitivity counseling. I called hysterical after being ignored all week (I called asking for a psychiatric referral), and the second nurse they put me through to asked if I was pregnant! Uh, no, why do you think I am crying on the phone and asking for help?! Look at my chart!
Anyways, I guess there are still many people who just don't know how to react to other people's grief. And I guess that's why it is so important that we have each other to vent to on this board...
Doctors can be so frustrating. I'm still dealing with my m/c mainly because of the lack of response from my previous doctor. And in talking with my new doctor she realized my last m/c - back in February - wasn't even on my chart! It happened before my first appointment which would have been at 8 weeks so I went in and had bloodwork done just to be sure it would be documented on my chart. She saw the bloodwork and rechecked my chart and realized they never made any note of it.
I'm glad you got answers and I love your positive attitude.
Honey, hang in there. I am glad you are reaching out for help. As I said before, doctors go to college for so long they lost the ability to think like a human sometimes. Do not let this idiot nurse keep you from getting help. PM me if you need to talk, I am always here.