To start off I new to this board.. please bare with me
All my pain started when I was 16 years of age, Just live with it for many years. Then once i got married at 24 the pain was worse the older i got, So they decide to put me on birth control at that point it helped with the pain.. Then i wanted children..So i went off after have surgery to remove the endo to get pregnant the doctors said it would help i it did not... 4 years later I was pregnant! The pain did not go away .. So i just lived with it and 2 1/2 years i had another child... Nothing helped still severe pain hard pregnancy's ..I knew i had to do something.. firts i cauterizes my tubes thinking it would help.. Long story short finally had a full hysterectomy at 38 .. I am now soon to be 52 OBGYN'S have nothing to to with me...I still live with SEVERE abdomen pain/ back pain..The pain comes when it wants leaves when it wants.. I bloat like im six months pregnant.. I feel for all you womanView Thread
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