So I have now been to the Consultant and he has given me some more Painkillers to take and a diet plan and exercise advice, he has said that he doesn't want to do anymore surgery at the moment as it makes things worse in the long run which I am trying to understand but when your feeling crappy all the time id do and take anything just to feel a tad normal for a while.
My GP has given me some stronger tablets for my migraines and has said if they don't work they will send me to see a Neurologist to see if they can help but I have been told that the coil and Endo do cause miagranes so I have to except this is part of it.
I am due to have my coil out at the end of the year so he is going to take it out and do a lap and do a complete clean as myself and my husband are going to try for a baby but I would be lying if I didn't say that this itself scares me, the thought of will I get pregnant and having the coil out and what the endo will be like if I don't get pregnant and how I will cope does scare me, the consultant has said that he feels this would really help the endo as when you are pregnant it really helps with it.
So I am now going to try and take his advice, he has said I have to try and except that my immunity and general health wont be great and there will be times when I feel horrible and need to be at home, but it's so hard as Im sure you all understand, having constant pain and feeling so horrible and it effecting every part of your life, but I am trying to be more upbeat about it and be positive. I have such an amazing husband and family that are with me through the bad times (of which there are alot) and I couldn't ask for me support.
I have also visted the CAB which have given me some advice about financial support and my current work situation which has been good to know. My manager is cancelling any meetings that are set up to try and help me so I feel I am being left with no choice but to take things further with a grievance but I just fear that this is the beggining of me losing my job.
I just want to see a bit of light at the end of what feels like a lifelong tunnel at the moment.
Does anyone have any advice on whether diet and exercise really make a big difference?
Your comments would be great.