I just want you to know that you aren't alone. I'm almost 60, and I've had problems for several years now. The endo wasn't a horrible problem before menopause or for at least ten years after, but it is posing problems for me now. I am seeing an alternative physician, however. I can't help you with conventional therapy or treatment. I am following a very strict diet. I have very little pain, actually-- I don't want to talk about my symptoms on here, too public--LOL! I am extremely sensitive to medications and chemicals of any kind, so I have to be very careful; I actually have MCS, and my practitioner believes that my body sees some chemicals as estrogens-- which contributes to my problem, so I avoid chemicals. It's a rather difficult way to live, isn't it? And I am commenting, because I want you to know that you are NOT alone. It is hard to talk to friends/family/associates about this, because it's quite rare-- But, please know that you aren't alone. I can see there have been no other responses-- I am calling myself endograndma--LOL! God bless you-- I wish I could offer more help, but I just live from day to day myself; I have my very good days and then some not so good--View Thread
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