I'm going to give a little history; If anybody has hd a similar experience I would love to know how it has turned out. I have had endo allof my life. I had my first child at age 23 and they told me I needed a hysterectomy at that time. I chose not to (I was a single mom at that time and wanted to have more kids). I had a laparoscopy with some cleaning out, but still had horrible pain and horrible periods. I then got married and had two more children. I had them tie my tubes after the last one. I then had a hysterectomy with the diagnosis of "frozen pelvis" at the age of 36. For some reason he left my ovaries at that time, even though everything down there was stuck together. He punctured my bladder during the surgery. I have had nothing but pain since then. the pressure in my pelvis is horrific sometimes, and now I think it is affecting my bowels. When I go to the bathroom, it hurts really bad. I am wondering of my endo has adhesed to my bowel, since I still have my ovaries? I guess I am wondering if anybody else has had it affect them when they have a BM? I know this probably sounds gross, and I am sorry, but I am scared that things are "sticking together again". thanks for listening to me vent! :)
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