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    Ideally under 4mm, but due to the weekend dates I need to be under 5mm today. With the bloods I'm looking for LH <10, Prog <3, Estrogen <200-300 but won't get those results until Monday so it was proving tricky to plan as it was but with my false start AF it's now even trickier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwellsmum View Post
    No idea but what's the difference between silent endo and normal endo? I thought all endo was fairly quiet?
    My endo is as painful as fruck. I have been in the ED having IV fentanyl 3 times. I wish mine was silent!

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    I have a Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology slip and there aren't any in Victoria so I just rang Warren's rooms to see if I can take it to any pathology centre and they'll acknowledge it. Who should answer the phone but Warren himself! And yes, I can use it at any pathology centre here in Victoria. @Charlie74 This will be handy for you to know too. As of yesterday their scans aren't being done at Melb IVF. They were getting overwhelmed with the volume of Warren's patients. So you either fly up to Brissy for Warren to do the scan himself or stay with Monash Ultrasound for Women. I'm doing a combo of both simply because I'll be up on the Sunshine Coast next week.
    Mischief just ate the pathology slip. I'm off to print another one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by faithandhopellove View Post
    My endo is as painful as fruck. I have been in the ED having IV fentanyl 3 times. I wish mine was silent!
    Did being pregnant and post pregnancy provide you with some relief?

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    Oh and @tuxcat, the Gorman factory outlet is opposite where I'm going for my scan. If I can keep my eyes open I might need to pop in!

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    Yes it did! No period = no pain plus the endo cells are supposed to die off during pregnancy. It will come back though which is partly why I am planning project sibling already. I heard it was the immune reaction that caused the pain. It was something like: bleeding outside of the uterus is foreign to the body causing an immune response. Inflammation and immune cell attack to the blood cells floating around the abdominal cavity. It was ages ago that I read this so I may be badly off course with my memory though.

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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?
    Hi @pingc383 i have stage 4 endo and had absolutely no idea i had it until fs asked me if i get painful periods. I said yes. And he said id say youve got endo. So they did a lap and its everywhere, one ovary was stuck to my uterus wall, he said it was so (i dont know the right word) but it was so "infiltrated" into my bladder and bowel that if he had have tried to excise it, i would have needed a catheter and colostomy bag. So my period pain was the only indication. But i thought that everyone got period pain, so i used to just take naprogesic and that would fix it. I only had pains for about 12 hours on day 1. So, not trying to scare you but i certainly found its possible to have endo without knowing it. Only symptoms were cramping but i didnt realise my period pains were any worse than anyone else, iykwim. I mean, they sell period pain tablets in the shops, so i figured a bit of pain was normal. It was enough to keep me up at night, curled in the foetal position but i didnt need to take time off work and only lasted a day. I have really light 3 day af too.
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    I used to have horrific period pain, having to take time off work every month. When I had the lap done there was only a tiny bit of endo. My FS said some people will have no pain and heaps of endo, or terrible pain and hardly any endo.

    Got to work today
    Me " hi so &so your hair looks nice"
    So& so "thanks, I'm pregnant"

    Boom! Who wants to be bitter and angry with me today

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    @gorgeousgeorge - oh my goodness! You really suffered through AF.. Did they end up giving you something, apart from naprogesic, to help? Did they remove some of it?
    Fortunately for me, I have absolutely no pain or anything, but apparently that doesn't mean you don't have endo. I'll be doing a lap soon to see.. Just waiting to see Dr M as I'd prefer he did it cos then he could do the NKC biopsy.
    Gee, you must have a pretty high tolerance to pain. I'm pretty **** with pain..
    @pingc383 lol, when i told fs about "oh it only makes me curl up in foetal position for about 12 hours", he was like, "yeah, thats not normal". I dunno really, i just figured i couldnt go all victorian era like an 1800's woman and take to my bed for a week just coz ive got AF. No they didnt give me anything coz naprogesic works if i take it straight away, im ok in about 6-12 hours. He cut out as much as he could without going to near my ovaries coz it can damage them and he said coz my main focus is to get pregnant, not for pain management, to just leave off doing anything. It doesnt bother me greatly, except that its poisened all me bloody eggs. He did also say pregnancy was the best thing to treat endo. :-)

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