Hi, my name is Alexandra and I am brand new to this site. I have stage 3 endo, I've had 4 laparoscopies, and I've been off and on Lupron since 2007. I've had 3 miscarriages all due to endo. My pain has never been able to be under control, and I'm tired of having to use narcotic painkillers to function. I've finally decided to have a radical hysterectomy and I'm totally heart broken, but I just don't have any fight left in me. I currently live in DC, but we are moving to Oregon where I can be closer to my family when I have the surgery. My question is this: Does anyone know of a doctor in Oregon they have either heard of or would recommend? I'm able to travel to any part of the state. I welcome any responses anyone is willing to give. I can't tell you how grateful I am this site exists! Thank you so much!!!!!
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