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Long term TTC & infertility
21/11/2012 at 18:21
I've just had a cholocate cyst removed and they discovered that I've got severe endometriosis. I've checked it out on Google and it all seems quite scary. I'm seeing my doctor tomorrow and I think the next plan of action is injections to reduce it and then another op to remove it. Has anyone had any experiences like this?!
21/11/2012 at 19:27
Hello I have been lurking for a while and thought I should register and start replying to posts as I have been trying to concieve (unsucessfully) for nearly 3 years now and can relate to a lot of posts.
I was in the same situation as you it was found that I had severe endometriosis whilst they were removing an 'unusual' cyst from my ovary. I had a second lacroscopy to remove the extensive endo that they found. As soon as I came round from the operarion I felt like a differen person and the pain that had plagued me for years was gone. I am anatomically normal now and are hoping this may boost my fertility. I would throughly recommend that you have the op to get it removed.
I am still TTC and trying to stay positive and am currently half way through the 2ww after our first cycle of IUI. I hope its ok for me to join in the forum?
21/11/2012 at 22:07
Hiya, Of course your welcome to join, Thanks for replying to me!
Were you put on injections too or did you just have the second op?
How is the 2ww going? It's a long two weeks isn't it?!?! I hope your relaxing and putting your feet up!!
21/11/2012 at 22:46
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