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    @Tahli Good Luck with your scan/bloods today Luv!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Ladies, has anyone done a laprascopy and the Dr FOUND that they had silent endo?

    Is it really true there are absolutely NO symptoms with silent endo? Surely not with a light AF?

    Have a read of this Luv:

    https://bloominuterus.com/2015/11/20...endometriosis/


    http://www.preventmiscarriage.com/Li...e-of-Unex.aspx


    http://www.endofound.org/video/jeffr...rting-endo/447

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    @Tahli good luck at the scan today. I've been having a similar thing happen with the bleed after going to the loo and then it stops and af comes a few days later. I've always had spotting in the days leading up but it's changed a bit the last few cycles.

    @Caesardust good luck with your flights, hope you can tune out a bit on the plane and get some rest X

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    Do ladies think it's ok for me to take a Valium during this tww? I'm scared I won't get any sleep on this flight otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Apparently normal endo is quite painful during AF, like really really painful and AF can take 7 days to finish..

    My AF is over in 3 days (this can't be good either)..

    Apparently silent endo has no symptoms whatsoever. I was hoping it wasn't possible with a light AF, but maybe it is.. Not really keen to fork out $1,300 if I don't have it..
    I had silent endo and I have a really light af. Never had a cramp or anything. They removed it when I had the lap and I was quite shocked. I don't know if it made any difference.

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    I got it done back in February. Did an oe cycle straight after but had nothing to transfer so I still don't know if it made a difference. It didn't improve my lining which is what I had hoped would happen. I still think it's worth doing. I wish I'd been offered it in my first cycle but I had to beg for it after 3 stims. Ridiculous!

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    @winsor glad to hear your group counselling went well and your do or will be cycling for you in a few weeks.

    Good luck with your scan today @Tahli

    Hope you and your parter are doing ok this morning @Charlie74

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesardust View Post
    Do ladies think it's ok for me to take a Valium during this tww? I'm scared I won't get any sleep on this flight otherwise.
    I'll be taking some in order to fly home after our transfer hon. Me + flying = panic, so I couldn't do it unassisted. I think so early on it's ok. I wouldn't take it consistently, but a one off should be fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesardust View Post
    Do ladies think it's ok for me to take a Valium during this tww? I'm scared I won't get any sleep on this flight otherwise.
    Yep...take a couple if you need them Luv xo

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    @tuxcat with your false start AFs did you have any baseline scans on cd2?
    Thanks for your well wishes girls. I'm surviving on what feels like about 2-3hours sleep. I'm stressed. I couldn't get to sleep til around 2am, then DS woke with a nightmare and came into bed with me, then the 'barking' bird starts at 5.30am which wakes Mischief up and our day starts. I've already driven DS over to his Dad's. My scan is at 10.20am. Must print off the referrals. I couldn't imagine having a scan with full red blood flow, yuck. But still, I would have preferred a simple start to my FET cycle. I'm tired and grumpy!!

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