hey guys, i just stumbled across this site because i was looking for some help.i have severe endo an have had since i was 11. im now 26. ive been on zoladex and implanon. the pill and operations galore.
i havent had any treatment for over 2 years anda few weeks ago i started bleeding after bowel movements. its a bright red colour and not much blood but because my endo is so severe i also have it in my bum. can anyone tell me if this is to do with endo and share some stories?
I had Stage IV endo with a rectovaginal cyst. I had severe rectal pain with occasional traces of blood. Do you have rectal pain like a knife stabbing you in your rectum? or does it feel like glass coming out?
Every menstural cycle I have bleeding there. I checked so many times making sure it wasn't from the front. Nope. It is definately rectal bleeding. I've always gotten diarrhea/loose stools during my cycle. Constipation was one of the immediate signs I was (suprisingly) pregnant when it was cycle time.
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