Phew! Out the other side now. Much tougher than expected. The anaesthetic really burned as it went up my veims, I hadn't expected that. When I woke i was in agony and they had to give me lots of morphine, which then affected my breathing so was in recovery for quite a while. I ended up beimg put on a drip staying in overnight. Had bladder issues and narrowly escaped having a catheter put in.
Diagnosis of Endo now confirmed. My ovary was apparently glued to my peritoneum by a cyst and the surgeon unglued me and that cyst burst in the process. Unfortunately the other big nodule wasn't operable and no biopsy was taken as consultant said it was too risky.
The bad news is that I have been told I have to see a bowel surgeon and be examined next before my follow up with my specialist Endo consultant, who was brilliant. His tone suggested it has to come out . Seems I don't have much a tiny bit iny bladder but what is there seems to be big, nasty, and badly placed.
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