I am 11 weeks post op from having excision surgery which found my endo was more extensive than hoped. The surgeons did their best and I am feeling almost normal again, I have gone from needing pain relief everyday to only a couple of paracetamol during what was my first period since surgery.
So all in all my surgery was a huge success, however, during my surgery they performed the dye test to check my tubes and it didn't work, my tubes appear blocked, which obviously isn't surprising as the endo basically affected everything. They have said it could be that the trauma of the surgery may have caused the tubes to spasm, however, I did have the same issue when I had my original lap that diagnosed endo.
We have been referred back to our original fertility consultant, I am not hopeful that we will get funding for IVF treatment, our area is very strict on age and weight, even if they do fund it's only for one cycle.
I feel so deflated, at the same time physically, I haven't felt this good in years, I have been able to function, energy levels getting better every day but I emotionally I feel incredibly numb.
Does anyone have any experience of blocked tubes and the IVF funding application process?
Sorry for rambling on.