thank you for doing some research for me i haven't had time to. i have been researching autoimmune diseases and leukemia. i had 8 labs done today. atleast they are trying to figure out what else is wrong. thank you so much for caring. i hope everybody is well.View Thread
thank you i found out that i have the b12 deficiency anemia so that may have something to do with it. and i'm feeling really good since surgery other then my left ovary still hurts, will my tubes being completely removed cause hormone levels to changeView Thread
understand the point of the endo diet but my concern is do y'all not feel like crap from the lack of protein... i'm a vegetarian all ready and it a peanut butter sandwich everyday for protein... i have severe endo and my diet doesn't make a difference with mine... although i can not skip sugar because i have low blood sugar and have to have one c affine drink a day due to severe headaches... if this diet works for y'all that's awesome but there are always repercussions for eliminating something from your body.View Thread
have been having painful periods and chronic pelvic pain i have suffered from cysts my whole life. i am lucky enough to have 3 children even though i have had 8 miscarriages. the thing that bothers me is i'm not 27 yet i have a month. i had my tubes tied after our 3 year old son was born. that made the pain worse i had 3 more miscarriages in those 3 years. 10 days ago my doctor took both my tubes out and burned off the endo. she couldn't remove all of it because it has covered my kidneys. i'm still hurting so bad from the surgery. i'm scared because in november i started having heart issues and breathing issues. i have a horribly family history of health issues. if some one could help me understand the endo and how it works i would be so grateful. thank youView Thread
have the same issues and i don't know why it is that way with birth control pills but i have severe break through bleeding with bc along with the weight gain. i don't have any answers as far as the yeast infections because i have the same problem i too eat yogurt daily and cannot take a tub bath or go swimming for that reason, but i also suffer from pelvic infections constantly and UTIs. i wish i could help you because i feel your pain and aggravation. sometimes the more water i drink helps but not always.View Thread
have been there and done that. when me and my hubby got married for the first 3 months every time we did anything i wound up at the er feeling like i was bleeding to death and puking and passing out from the pain. the er doctor refused me pain meds and told me it was all in my head and that i was having a period. every ultrasound i have had has been that painful. i'm so sorry you are having to go through this i finally found a good doc it took me years i hope your doc will be a great one for you just remember keep your chin up and thank God for the days you can get out of the bed.View Thread
with me it was different i have the horrible pain the week before and the whole week during and the week after. it has gotten worse in the last 3 years, but my point is that i couldn't get pregnant off of birth control. well i could but i didnt carry the baby. i have 3 children and all 3 i was on bc. i say you just keep trying as far as i have learned it is different with everyone. good luck.View Thread
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