I have a who, what on my hoo-hoo?

Hey, gang, so I'm back home again.  Another 24 hours in the hospital and it seems I'm good to go.  It turned out all the pain I've been having (which was the main reason they admitted me - the pain could have been an indicator of problems with the new kidney) turns out it has nothing to do with last week's surgery, the new kidney or its function.  It seems that another (completely random and different) problem has been discovered.  Apparently, I have some fairly good-sized uterine fibroids stuck on (in? around?) muh baby-box.  Ha, God must think he's a real joker - if its not one thing with me, its another.  Soooo now I have a new problem to deal with.  My nephrologist and transplant RN wants me to see my OB/GYN by the end of next week.  *sigh*  I haven't yet had any time to research this new "thing" yet but supposidly if its causing pain they do surgery to take them out (off? away?)  The pressure from my new kidney (being in my abdomen) and the fact that I'm little (and my brother, who donated, is a big guy) is putting pressure on my baby-box and thus causing the pain.  So pretty much I probably wouldn't have known about the fibroids (which IMHO would've been just as well) if I hadn't had the transplant.

Anyhooo, They gave me some good painkillers and sent me home late this afternoon.  I guess I'll take it from here...