Am I the only one who suffers like hell only during ovulation and the week after ovulation?
Most people seem to have terrible endo pain during their periods, but it's not the case for me.
In fact my period pain is a walk in the park compared to my post-O pain.
I had a laparoscopy last April which brought me no relief whatsoever, despite the fact that endo wand adhesion were found and removed. Pain killers bring me no relief whatseover. The pain is debilitating, excruciating, it feels like I'm in labour, it radiates in my pelvis, hips, vagina, rectum, tailbone....
It comes like clockwork, every single month without fail, once ovulation has taken place, and it's been like this for the past three years.
The doc is now wondering if the endo could have damaged the pudendal nerve.
I just don't get the chronic nature of my pain, why it comes at that specific time in my cycle, and why it differs from the usual endo timeframe.
What sucks even more, is that I'm trying to conceive for the first time, and my pain flare-ups happen at a crucial time when fertilization and embryo implantation should be taking place.
I would love to hear from anyone who can shed some light on this, or has experienced the same thing as me.