On 28th October I had a laparoscopic removal of stage IV endometriosis and I have tried my best to be positive and think that I will see improvements as I have been suffering for years with and without treatment.
My first week was cracking until my period started and I had pain like never before. My GP was expecting my call to prepare a prescription for Zonadex to start immediately and I was expecting their call to go to for it. I take my part of mistake for not calling them more often.
I had now my injection and my period is still here, the menopause symptoms have started in 24 hours with hot and cold moments and not able to sleep at night.
My concerns is that I still experience heavy cramps, doctors say I am eliminating the CO2 from the operation but I don't know that pain to cause me to grip everything at hand is involved. Although I have started to fell the injection changes I am concerned about this cramps which at time cause more bleeding and extremely painful bowel bleeding movement as well.
Has anyone experienced anything like this? I will like to know if there are any other experiences as I had several GP's whom ignored most of my symptoms and I need to have this under control.