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Doina said in May 15th, 2010 at 12:19 pm

I live in Romania.
I have pain for 17 years. Now I”m pregnant, I have pain and the docter say that the pain are only in may head. They don’ t belive me.
I answer me every day. What will hapened after the pragnancy.
At me, the endometriosis is in a place when it can’t be surgery, is betweeen vagina and colon, very dowmn.
I had pay, in every day in last 7 years, and olso now even I’m pregnant.
I pray to be better in the future, but who knows.
I took part in the American study for endometriosis and no results.
I had laparoscopic surgery and nothing.
What can I do, I still waiting.
Doina N.

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steph said in May 18th, 2010 at 7:59 pm

Hi Doina,

I am sending positive thoughts your way that a doctor believes your pain, and develops a personalised pain management plan that works for you!
I also hope that your pregnancy results in lessened pain overall – some women in my own family have reported their pain to have lessened after having children. Much love to you, my endo sister! Stay strong and fight for a cure!

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Jenn said in May 21st, 2010 at 8:34 pm

Thanks for sharing this powerful video! It is a very honest depiction of the disease. I feel for you sister. I’m living through the worst endo symptoms of my life. It’s every day, all the time. I encounter so many people who have never even heard of endo. Thanks for raising awareness & sharing your story.

Take care,

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kittenfluffies said in May 23rd, 2010 at 8:16 pm

Love the use of a Tool song. I had surgery for endo back in 08 at the CEC in Atlanta. Since then I experienced a drastic relief in symptoms, only to find I also have adenomyosis and am now suffering with that. I admire what you and other women are doing to bring awareness to this issue. It’s ridiculous and sad how we are treated by the medical community. These people must be held accountable for what they have done to us.