I'm a 28 year old from new York. Started experiencing endometriosis symtoms in 2005. Had a laproscopic surgery in 2007. Was put on birth control pill to alleviate symptoms. And now, after the pill working for so many years, it has stopped and I have been experiencing
[More] horrible endo pains about twice a month. My husband and I both relate my endo to my diet and exercise. When I am eating well and exercising, no symptoms. When I am not exercising and eating like crap, they come on. My new doctor has given me a few decisions. Wait to see how bad it gets and the ndo surgery, or go on Lupron. The other problem in this situation is that we are planning on getting pregnant in one year, so what effect will the Lupron have on my pregnancy...or will I have a hard time as an Endo sufferer getting pregnany in the first place. Looking for quigance and support through this hoorible process.
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