My Mum Has Endo And Was Worried When I Told Her I Had The Same Symptoms As Her. I Get Really Heavy Bleeding And extreme Pain. My Periods Often Last For A Month. Anyway I' Like 99% Sure I Have It And I Was At The Doctors Today, I Live In A Very Small Town And To Be Honest Most Of The Doctors At My Local Clinic Are Incompetent And Insensitive. She Pretty Much Laughed In My Face When I Told Her I Was Worried I Had It. She Said It's Very Rare To Get It When Your 15 And She Would Be Very Surprised If I Had It. She Put Me On An Antifibrinolytic Called Cyklokapron And Told Me To Come Back In Three Months. My Mum Was Misdiagnosed And They Only Caught It When She Was In Her 30's Which Made It Very Hard To Conceive. I Asked Her When She First Noticed The Symptoms And She Said She Started Noticing Them When She Was 17 Or 18 Which Is Only A Few Years Older Than Me! I Know Your Probably Thinking I'm A Bit Stupid Believing I Have It When The Doctor Seems Positive I Don't But I'm Sure I'm Right! Any Ideas As To What I Should Do?
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