Sick of feeling like this

I am so sick of feeling like this I am in constant pain with endo I feel sick and dizzy everyday I have no life in me at all I have very low vit d also anaemia and know having blood test cause doctors say there's something else wrong cause I don't look right I'm really pale and also the bad headaches and my body is always burning up don't think I can cope much longer with this it's too much I'm so fed up πŸ˜₯

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  • I don't have great endo knowledge to share but can really feel for you it so isolating chronic illness that just goes on and on you get sick of thinking and talking about it but can't help it when you feel so rough πŸ˜³πŸ˜³πŸ˜³πŸ’— it hard explaining to other people how you feel and trying to get your spark back. I've had Lyme disease also since 2009 and now probably endo adhesions to bowel and ovary awaiting first lap in 2 weeks, so am truly sick of being sick trying to get treatment is like doing an exam researching everything all the time to get the correct help. Im trying to enjoy things like the sun being out and spending small amounts of time with friends before getting too tired and cups of tea good books little stuff, sad as it may sound 😍😍😍😍 it works a bit . I've been drinking lemon juice in hot water in the morning helps absorb more iron apparently helped my friend who's anemic but obviously we all a bit different πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’— hope your weekend goes ok πŸ˜€

  • i totally symphetise.. i suffer from endo pain and endo related symptoms too, and being constantly tired its just awful.. i used to be very sociable and active person, now i dont recognise myself anymore. and what scares me most is that i will probably have to live with this some 30 more years. i think the only way is to try to get the symptoms under control (i dont know how yet, but still working on it, just had my first laparoscopy) and be easy on yourself.. try to adjust to this new reality. i know its hard but fighting it wil just cause stress, what in turn makes endo symptoms worse (at least thats how it works for me).

  • Thanks ladies I am due my second lap in April hoping it helps even a bit x

  • i hope it will work for you! ive just had my 1st laparoscopy two weeks ago and even though the surgeon removed all the adhesions (he said), it didnt help much.. the pulling pain is gone, but the 'main pain' (sorry dont know how to describe that any better) is still there, together with other symptoms.

    Personally I'm going to try hormonal treatment next, was on mini pill for a while and felt very good, so hopefully it will work that well again (and i dont care about blood closts etc anymore). Plus a friend of mine also has endo and her story is similar - laparoscopy was pretty much useless, only hormonal injections helped. worth a go...

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