I had a (3rd) diagnose lap in October and I stayed overnight and I was told by one of my consultant team doctor who wasn't even in the operation theatre that I have some endo at my pouch of Douglas but I have lots of lots of adhesion. The diagnose letter talks about adhesion but nothing said about endo. GP was not informed about that I got endo officially.
Well I had three diagnose laps in 2006,2011 and this year. My period pain was really got worse since 2000 and my pelvic pain got worse in 2003. The 2006 lap didn't really shown very much in the pelvic area even I had very bad pain.
I gave a birth in 2008 and I had very bad torn so I had stitched a lot.
The 2011 lap showed dense adhesion around my bowel. Had I possibly got adhesion from the stitches in 2008 after giving a birth?
Or had I had endo from the beginning when the pelvic pain got really worse in 2003 and inflammation made adhesion and just got worse gradually?
I know I can't be sure now as I didn't have diagnose lap in 2003 so I can't say I had endo in 2003 but I just want to know how adhesion got so much and endo is so little when the pain is so much.
GP explained me where the adhesion was found and they are quite at the awkwed place and might be difficult to separate. I am annoyed why I am left such a long time without treatment until my adhesion is such a bad state. Why couldn't I have a treatment before when it was easier to operate with less risk?
Well my question is are there any cause to adhesion apart from operation or endo?
In my case, until 2006 which was my first lap, I have never have operation. So I shouldn't have any adhesion pain from operation. (Is that mean I had end pain possibly, just not found that time)? Could this lap in 2006 and stitches from giving birth(2008) cause dense adhesion found in the lap in 2011?