Hi, just need someone to talk to. Ive had endometreosis for the best part of 8 years. Had one to many laparoscopies and still on painkillers. I took my period 2 days ago at work and since I started the pain is immense id rather go through labour. I ache from head to toe and can hardly walk with the pains in my legs. Unless youve got it or had it no one understands what the pain is like. Im crying sitting here writing this as I feel alone and cant expect my partner to understand. I wanted to go out esrlier snd have a day out eith him and his daughter but im in to much pain to move and I feel so drained ive no energy. my gp put me on hrt but had hortible symptoms and was told to stop taking them. Ive to go back in 3 eeeks time but all I want is relief and live an ordinsry hapoy life pain free. I got this endo jyst after I was steralised eith the clips in and havnt been able to live the life id like to as the pain puts a hokd on it. I feel now is the time to hopefully be able to chat to someone. If anyone reads tjis I do thankyou for readingView Thread
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