Call me right away! This type of case has potential. However, I won't be able to advise you until I have a medical expert review your records. I'm happy to assist you with this. Joseph Chancellor (617) 725-2675
You should speak with an experienced medical malpractice lawyer. However, my impression is that you probably do not have a viable case. It is not uncommon for fibroids to grow rapidly in premenopausal women. Even if the fibroid had been diagnosed earlier, your physician may have recommended a hysterectomy anyway. I assume you lost one ovary and tube. Therefore, you still have a functioning ovary and were not put into surgical menopause. While there may have been a delay in the diagnosis of your fibroid, it probably did not change your outcome enough to warrant an expensive and lengthy lawsuit. Good luck.
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