It has been 13 years now, they labelled it chronic pelvic pain but I often wondered it it wasn't endometriosis that i had, as i had my tubes cut and burnt, than reconstructed, and had my son, and after that I got the IUD put in, and that gave me pelvic inflammatory disease, and I ended up with a tubal pregnancy due to having pelvic inflammatory disease, and than they had to operate as my tubes were attached to my uterus, and than i had a hysterectomy and got my uterus out and pain still there and another hyserectomy to remove my ovaries, and i have had the pain ever since, I get lower back pain, nausea, and pain across but above the pubic hair area and in the vaginal area it feels like someone is pulling my insides out, when not in a flare its about 5-6 on scale out of ten and when in a flare its 8-10, out of 10, really painful, but what i am wondering is can you have endometriosis after you have had a hysterectomy, and does it stay with you, thats probably what i have had all along, thanks
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