I have been having so many problems over the past few years and nobody has been able to tell me anything to explain all of the different types of symptoms I have been having. I've seen several types of doctors and even had a colonoscopy, and nothing. My gyno basically said that she couldn't help me with pain meds anymore during my premenstrual cycle and that she would have to do a lap to see what was going on. They had already done a sono and found cysts on my ovaries, but that was it. I decided to get a tubal anyway, so I said why not. I was diagnosed yesterday post-op with severe endometriosis. I'm not even sure what all of that means. They told my husband and not me, so I don't even really know where I stand. I looked it up of course and it really explains a lot of what has been going on, but why did it take surgury for them to find it, and what next? I work full time and have 3 children and just don't have a lot of down time. I've been suffering for so long that one of my doctors recommended I see a therapist because maybe it was all in my head. Surprise doc! I'm not imagining these things. But what next is all that keeps going through my mind. How serious is this? Should I be concerned or will it get better?
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