@Hermione...If you don't mind me asking...how does your pain feel? Like...I always have this pain around my ovaries...sometimes tolerable...sometimes I need pain medicine to deal with it. Anytime I go to the bathroom it hurts...like labor pains...then also...anytime there is something moving through my colon I feel it...I know that sounds weird...but I can...and it hurts...ugh...im so sick of this. Im having surgery this coming Friday. Even though its the 7th or 8th surgery in this ongoing saga of mine...Im a little nervous. I hope they can fix something. I also feel like the endometriosis is inside my colon. When I had my hysterectomy (may 2011)...they removed endometriosis from my rectum area...and ever since then I 've always felt like they didn't get all of it. 3 months after hysterectomy and endo removal my symptoms came back...and they have continued ever since So...I guess we will see what happens on Friday. But...if you could tell me more how your pain feels...that would be helpful...the doctors always make me feel like Im crazy...or that its in my head...and i KNOW it isn't...and I know something is wrong...a person shouldn't feel like this on a daily/hourly basis. Thank you so much for your response...and I hope you feel better too View Thread
I have been in pain for the last 1.5 months. Just had an ultrasound which revealed some small cysts on my left and right ovaries. I had a hysterectomy in May 2011 due to endometriosis/adenomyosis...so my doctor is thinking that my bowels are wrapped around my ovaries...which is irritating the small cysts. I have never heard of this before. But it HURTS!! Everyday the pain is there...it seems funny that the cysts are so small...cause the with the Pain being so great...it feels like the cysts are huge. Has anyone ever heard of this? HELP!! It feels like Im crazy...surgery is scheduled for Oct 12.View Thread
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