hi. Do you have much pain now? Taking the time recovery really helps, I was back working within a month last time but I gave up work in January this year and taking my time to recover has been much better this time and as I'm in very little pain that's helped to.
it shows scans etc aren't reliable, he came to see me the morning after and said the scan had completely misled them and despite his expertise in endometriosis he'd re checked the scan that morning and couldn't find anything to indicate the frozen pelvis and die, he said he'd enjoyed the challenge as it was the worst he'd had in a while! I've got to have surgery on my bladder as its a nodules and my bowel but as I've had to ops in 8months he's hoping not to do it for a few years but its pain depending. The prostap injection has been fine, he basically said I didn't really have a choice as it would be back quickly so I didn't get chance to research and I'm glad I didn't as it's caused me no problem just the odd hot flush! I'll be having the third injection next week. I'm not on hrt with it as we have been trying for another baby so we'll be going through the options in September its just giving my body time to heal and for us to decide if we can deal with the ivf process.
it doesn't agree with everyone but has with me. I'm careful with what I eat too as certain things tend to aggravate my bowel but for the moment I'm feeling the best I have in a year 😊.
are you in the UK?