I am just over two weeks post laparoscopy at John Radcliffe hospital Oxford. I was told after surgery that they couldn't find any endometriosis but they would like me to try 3-6 months of Zoladex to see if this helps with my symptoms. Today I received a letter from my consultant to my GP asking him to prescribe the Zoladex which said while there was no active endometriosis they did find that I have 'a significant degree of peritoneal neo vascularisation'.
I can't seem to find anything about this online - does anybody else have this or can anyone advise me what this actually is? I don't know why I wasn't told this in the hospital. My follow up with the consultant is not until September because they want to see me after a few months of the Zoladex which I will be starting at the end of the month.
I am also keen to know about honest experiences of Zoladex and what I should expect. I will not be offered add back HRT until after 3 months.