I found this really odd. I was just "diagnosed" endo through an ultrasound, but we didn't discuss any options (lap, etc). Instead, she set up another appointment for an ultrasound in eight weeks and said that she wanted to wait and see if it went away on it's own. From what I understand, it can't "go away on it's own" since the blood and tissue has nowhere to go. I don't know what to think about it. Any thoughts?
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