I finally had my appt with the endo specialist centre today. As I have tried pretty much every treatment going, it has been agreed I shall have a total hysterectomy around September. I am to undergo an mri first to check my bowel, kidneys and bladder for any endo damage before planning my surgery. The reason being is I already have it on my pod and ureter, and I am showing signs of bowel and bladder endo, and I possibly have adeno. They want to ensure everything is planned right, and all required specialist surgeons are present.
I know there are risks involved with having a hysterectomy at 31. But I want to enjoy life when I'm young, and be able to properly play with and care for my 2 year old daughter.
The level of care I got today was totally different to previous surgeons. I felt listened to, understood, and I know this is the right choice for me, albeit a scary one.
If anyone has any hysterectomy stories or advice to share, I would be so grateful.
Love and hugs to you all X x