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Are there any women experience pelvic pain from endo?

I am so upset and distraught with the pelvic pain I am experiencing. It doesn't seem to get any better, that I am beginning to feel the quality of life I used to have is quickly depleting. I had a laparascopy a month ago, at that time the Gyn said my period pain should get better, but instead it has gotten worse. How are other women dealing with this? I am switiching gyns. What are you asking your gyns? Once I deal with this pain, I want to have a baby. I have had a failed pregnancy from an FET and a failed IVF cycle as well.

This discussion is related to Mysterious pelvic pain without diagnosis.
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351246 tn?1379685732
Welcome to the MedHelp forum!
I am so sorry to hear about all this. Diagnosis is not possible on net, but I am enumerating all possible causes. Please go over them and see if something has been missed.
Pelvic and/or vaginal pain can be due to UTIs, vulvovaginitis, labial adhesions and foreign body in vagina like a toilet paper etc, STD, PID or pelvic inflammatory disease, uterine or extra uterine endometriosis, kidney stones and vaginal prolapse. If you have a previous history of abdominal surgery, then this can be due to adhesions which can be diagnosed by
Since I cannot examine you and know other related conditions you may be having, nor is a detailed history possible on net, I have listed the various possibilities that should be looked into. Please consult your PCP for primary examination followed by proper referral.
Take care!
1437126 tn?1284102658
I am in the same situation as you do. I have done 3 laparascopy to remove endometrioma cyst and 3 failed ivf. During menstruation the pain is unbearable. For a quick relief i took ibubrofen (NSAID) but it helps only for a few hours. You can also place a heating pad on your lower abdomen to ease the pain.
Changing the diet will really help you. Avoid meat and try to consume more fruits and vegetables.
Avoid any xenoestrogen cause they mimic estrogen hormone. Endo patients always have high estrogen hormone.
Light regular exercise will help and release the toxins from your body.
Ther are many other home remedies that will help you but it will be too long to tell you here so you better try first these simple advice esp changing your lifestyle and diet.
Wish you well.
1685376 tn?1305346421
I too have had trmendous pain for 3 months I had terrible periods so I had micro ablation done, this can help sometimes but in my case I ended up having a partial vaginal hysterectomy. I have two boys and even though my husband and I wanted another child, the pain just took away my life.

Talk to your gyno if not happy ask for a second opinion goodluck to both of you.
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