I agree with the others, and can't believe that the Dr "diagnosed" Adeno when the only true way to diagnose is by removing the uterus and disecting it I know it can be SUSPECTED Adeno but never an actual diagnosis until the hyst is performed. I'm sorry you are dealing with this. It's very easy for a Dr to tell us its all in our heads! I hope by now you have found some relief/answers.View Thread
First of all, have you been diagnosed by a laparoscopy? that is the only true way to know if you have endo and to what extent. From there you and your dr can determine what treatment is best for you and preserving your fertility if possible. Each woman is so different and treatment varies. I am 35, was diagnosed with Endo 20 years ago. I've since undergone 8 surgeries and used numerous other hormonal/non hormonal treatments. I've also been fortunate enough to have 2 children, something we thought wasn't possible! Take it one day at a time and don't get ahead of yourself. you are young and treatments have come a LONG way from what they were. Good luck!View Thread
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