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Endometriosis/endometriosis of the diaphragm


Lisa wrote at 2013-02-20 02:53:40
I have endo almost all over and the Lupron helped for the time I was on it but after many years dealing with it I was 27 then now 41 discovered my bones are bad I have osteoperenia not sure of spelling I'm one step away to osteoporosis at this early age. I just went through my fifth laparascopy and it has spread to my colon bladder diaphragm bowel spleen of course reproductive areas now my dr wants me to take Lupron again I don't think my bones can handle it. So he's suggesting hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo - oophorectomy.  


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Martha Russell


I do not possess any medical affiliation or education...I have, however, been diagnosed with Endo and have had severe pain since I was 13. I am now 50 and have tried it all...I am not close enough yet to menopause to rule out a painful period. I stopped all treatment of hormones due to harsh side effects. I have been through it all with this condition and can truely empathize with other sufferers.



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