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#3591 - 05/01/04 12:55 AM endometriosis/ excision lap

hi, my name is pat, i was dx with endo in dec 2003, i am 31 yrs old. i think i had endo for awhile now b/c of all the painful AF i had and very heavy etc...... ok i finally found a dr to take me serious and had a excision done 5 weeks ago today, on march 25 2004, i was wondering since endo is cut out, even thou i know it will probably come back in time, do u think my chances have improved for me to have a baby now. i have been tring fo r 6 years now with no luck at all. plus i was pit on clomid beofre i was dx with endo and never gotten pg on that either. but like i said i didn't get a dx until 2003 in dec. do u think i have better chance now. any info on this would be appreicated alot, i feel so less of a woman being about to get pg. i want obne so bad to love and to hold and to call my own. i am just so depressed about all this. can u please give me some good news. i had endo in cul-de-sac area, posterior and anterior areas, all over bladder, some on ovaries, plus had a right ovary cycyt taken off. so what r youre thoughts on this. feel free to email me privately too at [email][/email]
thanks for listening to me vent!!!!

#3592 - 05/04/04 02:19 AM Re: endometriosis/ excision lap
Lenore Offline

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Registered: 09/24/02
Posts: 1347
Loc: Canada
Dear Peaches,

WOW!!! You've really been through a hard time...

Well the best advice I can give you is to visit this site They have some wonderful information on endometriosis and infertiity.

Also this one which links to the Endometriosis Association

These are the experts. They know much more than I do about the subject. But one thing is certain, you're on the right track. And before you know it, that baby will be in your arms.

Lenore Goldfarb, Ph.D.,CCC,IBCLC
Wife to Rob, Mom to Adam aged 13, and Ethan aged 9, both born via GS and breastfed via Regular Newman-Goldfarb Protocol.


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