Frequently, some blood tests are necessary to help in the diagnosis of a particular menstrual disorder. These tests may range from certain hormonal measurements (thyroid hormone, adrenal hormones or pituitary hormones) to tests that measure your ability to clot (platelet count and bleeding time). The kinds of blood tests that you might require will depend on your menstrual history and your initial ultrasound exam.
Dr. Wortman is an amazing person and knowledgeable doctor! For over three years, I had been told by other doctors that my cyclic pain after Endometrial Ablation was rare and untreatable. In one simple email inquiry to the the Center for Menstrual Disorders and Reproductive Choice, they acknowledged that I was aware of what was going on with my body without fully understanding it. Dr. Wortman took the time to explain everything without being arrogant or condescending. I have never had a doctor be so patient or informative. His staff are all warm, supportive and kind. Dr. Wortman and Amy Daggett changed my life with their EMR procedure! I just wish I hadn’t waited years to find them! From now on, I will be making the two and a half hour trip to receive the excellent care provided by Dr. Morris Wortman! ~VITALS.com
— June 17, 2017