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    Default Needing to vent.

    I had a laparoscopy in January which found minor endo. The dr cauterised it and I'm currently having my 2nd period post op. My husband and I are ttc and I still feel horrid each month. I feel like I'm going to vomit and I keep having stomach aches. Just needing to vent as I'm feeling really down today. Any tips or tricks?

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    have you been back to the doctor since the lap?

    After having my endo cleared I didnt have any issues with periods after that ... (though everyone is different)

    it is hard

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    I've had my post op appointment, but I think I'll go back again.

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    if you are still feeling lots of pain and stuff I definitely would.


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    It can take a few cycles to see an improvement as your body heals, but burning the endo won't provide much relief. You need to see an endo specialist who will perform excision (cut out) of the endo


 

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