When Doctors Make Mistakes

Lying in bed, Judy Mays ran her hand over her stomach, trying to soothe the pain. In the four months since her son was delivered by cesarean section, nearly every morning had started the same way: She'd take a few deep breaths and slowly roll herself off the bed sideways onto the floor, wincing as if stabbed in the abdomen. This day, however, as she touched her belly, she felt a hard, softball-sized lump in her lower abdomen. It seemed to have emerged overnight. Continue Reading at Self

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