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2nd MRI result

Hi Thicked I had 2nd MRI scan last Feb.18 this is the result & my Doctor of Acute Gynaecology write a letter to my GP for request to sent me to endometriosis specialist to UCLH now I am waiting for appointment..
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136956 tn?1425606272
Sorry just saw this now. I have been having computer issues sorry for the delay.

It looks as though there is bowel involvement so you definitely want the best surgeon that excises endo from the bowels as most leave the endo there as its too complicated for them.

Let me know how the referral goes and what happens at the appt :)
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Hi..ticked thank you for your replay,yes Homerton Hospital they don't have specialist surgeon for endometriosis they referred me to UCLH, I phone them  to make an appointment but they are full till 3/4 weeks I told them that I have lots of pain,and my 3 mos. injection finished,and I have lots of pimples/acne now its getting worse :( NHS here they don't priority the endometriosis I will phone again UCLH if they can make me an appointment..
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136956 tn?1425606272
Let me ask other fellow Endosisters who live in that area who have NHS to see who they can suggest I think you are the second person on here that was sent to UCLH but I am sure there were other surgeons. Where do you live so I can help you find the best that is covered by NHS.
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Hi ticked thank you for reply,my place here in London my post code N1 6TX thank you :)
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136956 tn?1425606272
I was told this is a list of accredited endometriosis centres which include London so covers your address you can ask for a referral to one of them through the NHS. http://www.bsge.org.uk/ec-BSGE-accredited-centres.php

Also someone mentioned the UCLH as well.

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