Hi, I am 23 and finally had insruance for a short period of time in the beggining of this year so I was able to have the lap and was finally diagonised with Endo. The doctor at the time told me that when he was going to do the surgery that if there was endo he would take it out. Well he did the surgery took the pics ect. and then told me the places where the endo was and said that he didnt feel the need to take it out because it would just come back and thought I should do Lupron first. GRRRR. this was not his body and this is not the pain that hes going through. Either way im getting past even that but after all was said and done I lost insurance because it was under my husbands work and he had to stop working because he was having problems where he was passing out and his heart stopping ( 9 months later after his heart stopped and we still dont know whats wrong!) but so i started going to the clinic where they said i needed bc pills ( this being my 10th kind). No luck DUH! Due to me and my husband not being to work we moved from FL to NY to live with his family. We are trying to get insurance but in the mean time (it could take a few months) what do I do about the pain?? Its getting a lot worse and I pretty much only have a few hours that I can function if that. Any suggestions??? thanks
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