So I finished my surgery this morning. I didnt talk to the doc yet, my post-op is next Wed. But I have some pictures, and my husband knows some info. I do have endo. There were some patches on different places (not sure where, not a doc so I dont know what organ the surfaces represents) I did see a very tiny endometrioma on my left ovary, but guess what? The mass was in my fallopian tube! From the US, they though it was in the ovary, but it wasnt. It looked really red in the photo. She said it was a cyst, and they havent done pathology yet. Has anyone ever had endo in the fallopian tube? I was really shocked. I thought about an ectopic pregnancy, but wouldnt that have ruptured by now? Its been over five months. And wouldnt they have seen a fetus on the US? Anyone have any thoughts? I am starting to get really sore, but the whole thing went really well. Thank you so much for all of your all's support. I really would have been super stressed without all of your kind words. Thanks again ladies. - Chelsea
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