I did a round of Lupron in 2005. Once I took the last injection, my gyno put me on a low dose BC. It took a couple of months to get back to normal, but it helped. You may want to talk to your gyno. Seems like nearly 9 months is a little too long. Good Luck.
PS. I am starting my second round of Lupron next month.View Thread
So sorry you are in pain. I too did not have problems until after I had children. I have been dealing with endometriosis for the last 8 years. It is not a fun thing to deal with, but know that it is treatable. Until you are certain that it is endo, I would recommend Aleve for the pain, and also use a heating pad when the cramping is at its worse. Hope this helps you.
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