Having had a recent LAP at a BSGE centre I have been told my insides are a complete and utter mess. Everything is stuck to each other inc bowel and some organs they can't even see! My appendix is also in my middle and not on my right! Their only option for me is a major op trying to separate organs, having total hysterectomy, removal of ovaries and tubes, bowel disection and stoma. The specialist said they haven't seen something as bad as this before.
But they know I have 2 frozen embryo's at an IVF clinic and have told us to talk to them ASAP to see if they will even let me go through with a IVF cycle and if successful, a pregnancy.
I am trying to get people's opinions, be it professionals or those with actual life experience of a similar/same situation so I can have as much info as possible to make a final,informed decision.
My concerns of even attempting to get pregnant with IVF is if my body could even manage? A "normal" women who has a pregnancy, her organ move to accomodate the growing baby. But how can mine physically do this if all stuck together? Will it mean a very painful pregnancy? Then what about the giving birth? But also how will having carried a baby affect my insides after the birth, will it cause even more problems? I know this is going on the pretext of having a successful frozen IVF cycle. I also still have some of the large mass on my right ovary the IVF centre wanted sorting out which the endo specialists couldn't fully remove due to being too risky and they couldn't get to or find my right tube with the hydrosalpinx. So issues are still there which I don't know will affect being able to have a IVF cycle or not plus will affect any pregnancy?! If any of that makes any sense.
I'd be so grateful to hear you thoughts or experiences in this.