Hi everyone, 10 yrs ago I was told I had endo. I had the surjury to remove it, it was deep and alot and the doctor said she didn't know how I stood the pain. It had also damaged my kidneys apparently (which I just fount out about) and had attached itself onto my bladder. They did 2 byopsies which turned out ok. Great it hasnt turned to cancer, yet?~! I did 3 rounds of IVF and they told me my chances were slim to none to ever having a baby. 5 yrs ago I was blessed with a beautiful little girl but now that the endo is back, doc sees me starting through the early stages of menaphause, I have my period sometimes for 3 weeks out of a month and the pain is severe!! I went to 2 other docs who dont want me to have a hysterectomy at my age 38 and 2 that say it is the only sure way to get rid of all of the endo. They gave me a depo shot which should make me not have a period for 3 months but what then? I also had an allergic reaction to the shot like I told them I would. I have the hemroids and the depression, the hot flashes and the mood swings. Dont I sound like alot of fun, LOL. Just want all of you to know, you are not alone. Email me anytime!!!
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