Hi again, my pain is very strong,while in hospital I was on morphine to control it,now I am on tramadol,dicoflenac and paracetamol.The pain never goes away,it is always there but kept undercontrol at times,while other times I can't control it and all I do is crying because it is too much to bear. One of the doctors while I was in hospital told me that if the pain comes back very strong and I feel something is not right to go straight to A&E,which is quite scary as a thought. I am at the moment surviving on painkillers until my surgery in January. I wish you all the best with your surgery.View Thread
Hi, I had to sign up to this website so I could reply to you.I have just had surgery due to endometriosis.I was meant to have removal of two cysts (one 10 cm large and the other one 5 cm) from my ovaries,but when I was on operating table surgeon realized my bowel was wrapped around cysts and she was unable to remove my cysts without damaging bowels.I have anther operation scheduled in January 2013 which will involve a colorectal surgeon and gynae surgeon working together due to the risk of damage to my bowels.I am in constant pain,I am also on medication for pain and being administered injection (zoladex) to stop my period,which will initiate my menopause in order to reduce my endometriosis and pain according to doctors.I am unable to sleep at night due to pain. You are not crazy,unfortunately before this I have never heard of something like this happening to anyone before.I just can't bear the pain anymore and the thought of my menopause being initiated before its time it is very scary.I wish you all the best.God Bless you.View Thread
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