I've suffered for years with pain from my endo, some times it's crippling, in 2013 I had a laparoscopy which showed one tube was blocked and the other was badly damaged, and I was told I would never conceive naturally, and if I did it would be ectopic, since then I've had two ectopic pregnancies both conceived naturally, after my last one they did some work on my tubes and said they managed to unblock it. I'm now 5 weeks 3 days pregnant and in agony..... I've been to a&e and they don't think it's ectopic, they wouldn't scan me but have booked me in for a scan on Monday, and have told me to just carry on having my bloods monitored untill then. I have had one successful pregnancy but that was before my endo got bad (she will be 8 in April) I've read up online a bit and found a few forums from women with endometriosis saying that pregnancy was really painful for them because of all the scar tissue and adhesions stretching out has anyone experienced this?
Anyone had a successful pregnancy that wa... - Endometriosis UK
I had a lot of pain in my second pregnancy with my son. I wasn't diagnosed at the time, though it's now suspected that I did have endo. The entire pregnancy hurt from beginning to end. One of the docs I saw at my bsge centre said that there has been very little research done into how endo affects women during pregnancy as all the focus is on fertility, but that she'd heard loads of stories from women saying pregnancy was painful and difficult.
Fingers crossed everything is OK for you. x.
I was diagnosed with endo aged 17 and I'm now 38 and have two children. Both my pregnancies were problematic but I still enjoyed them.
If you are concerned get advice because worrying can make you anxious and stressed and that's not where you want to be when pregnant. you need to be enjoying it. If they know about your diagnosis then they should be aware .
Sending hugs xxxx
Unfortunatly it's not as simple as that, you can remove the endometriosis but it can grow back, I've had laparoscopies to remove it, and after my last ectopic they managed to clear that tube completely, but it's taken me 14 months to conceive again and in that time my tubes have blocked up again to the point that this time they had to remove the tube aswell X