I began having some symptoms that passed me from the doctors for an ultrasound. From the ultrasound to a gynaecologist.
I had to wait 20 weeks for my gynaecologist appointment, in which time I began experiencing more pain, began been prescribed endless prescriptions of tramadol and codeine, hearing more and more 'possible endemetoriosis' amongst all the doctor appointments.
Finally got to the gyno appointment where I heard it a lot more, and got told I was going to have a laparoscopy. I got my operation date, another 3 months later, 30th December of all dates. At which point the person I was going out with, as I am living in a city where I don't really know anyone, basically broke up with me by text, and I haven't hardly heard off since - not really what I needed when I'd just been told I was going to have to have an operation.
Since then, I've been struggling walking more and more, until my manager suggested I get a sick note until "I'm sorted" so I am now off work for at least two months. I have just made it through my first term in my second year at university.
My family have one by one fallen out with me as I've told them about this, as it has got to the point of where I am in pain from the minute I wake up, taking painkillers that don't really work as well anymore, and am unbelievably stressed all the time. And instead I literally don't have anyone around me now that my operation is two weeks away, and on top of that with Christmas just over a week away and as my family relationship is that my mum and sister have stopped talking to me - it is me that is seen as the one who has done the falling out, subsequently meaning that I am now spending Christmas on my own. And my operation very soon after it.
Feeling utterly devastated at my whole current situation, and just my general health which has deteriorated more and more over the past months. I haven't been diagnosed with endemetoriosis as yet, but I seem to have every single symptom and just find every single day hard, like really hard, and I have been completely alone going through all this so far, and still am now.