I have suffered for endometriosis my since my first period (10 years old) and I'm 20 now. A year and a half ago I was finally diagnosed with endometriosis and within that year and a half my doctor has tried everything but nothing has worked so we did a lap and I'm now on lupron. During surgery we found endometriosis lesions, no adhesions and I was also diagnosed with Pelvic Congestion Syndrome. It's been 3 months since my surgery but ever since surgery I've honestly been in more pain than I was before surgery. Originally I thought it was the lupron since you can be in more pain for the first month but it hasn't gotten better. Before my pain was crampy, a dull deep ache but now I keep getting these stabbing, sharp pains that feel like they are tugging on my insides. It hurts when I sit in positions for to long, when I walk, standing up hurts unless I get up a certain way, sometimes during sex it hurts but it always hurts after. I'm worried I have adhesions from the surgery... My doctor is absolutely amazing and always listens to me and believes me but I feel horrible telling her about this new pain because literally everything we've tried hasn't worked. I just want to know if I should be worried about this pain and tell her or wait to see if it goes away?
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