Im 19 and in march was treated for sever case of endometriosis here it is decembe and i sill cant get pregnant. Many of the women in my amily had to get hysterectomies in there early 20s i'm beginin to think if i dont have chldren early i wont' be able to . . . any advice ???View Thread
No i havnt tried medical intervention not something in my budget right this second and my dr hasnt mentioned a hysto yet we have done everything else though and she just continues to tell me i dont need to be worrying about babies i just cant help it lol its my dream . . . but anyways a couple questions first where would i find a reproductive endocronologist when im readt for that and how often would u say i should be checking up on the endo? My dr. wasnt 100% positive it was endo until she went in and found it tried putting me on birth control to stop the periods all to gether for awhile but it didnt quite work that way. as of now im not currently doing anything about it and am wondering if i should be ?View Thread
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