So I had my lap last month which confirmed Stage 4 endometriosis.
My consultant said he wanted me to have another 3 months of Prostap straight after to allow things to calm down after the operation to excise etc.
I had my 1/3 the day I got discharged.
I really don't want 2/3 and 3/3.
As per, my migraines have returned. I really can't cope with these again. I know it's just the medicine working etc. But their as crippling as my endo pain was.
But also he advised that I can start trying for a baby once the 3m course has finished as he wants to let everything settle down first.
We would really like to start trying straight away, I had my period during my operation (started 2 days before) so him wanting everything to settle down before my period returns doesnt really make sense as I've already dealt with a 16 day period straight after my operation.
Do you think it's worth me emailing him to tell him that I wish to not have my 2nd and 3rd course.
The appointments haven't been made, I was to arrange those myself.
I just hate to think I've got 3 months of Prostap then god knows how long before it gets out of my system and then to wait for my periods to return (as it would have stopped them by the 3rd injection) before we can finally start trying.
I've been told it's going to be hard enough to conceive so I really don't want to prolong things.
What would you do?
In less than a year, if I go through with this 3m course I would of been on Prostap for 9m!!! That's much to long for my liking.
Other than that, all is good. Wounds have healed nicely, scars are super cute and barely noticable, still having the bowel pain when pooping though but after everything they did I guess it'll take time to settle as it hasn't been a month yet since my surgery.
UPDATE: 9th Jan 2017
I had a phone call from my specialists secretary today, she emailed me the wrong date he was back on the 7th not the 17th!
She said that he has said it's fine for me to stop the Prostap after one round and as soon as my period returns to normal (I'm guessing it has started to work as my period was due but hasn't come yet) then I can safely start trying to conceive.
I feel relieved that this has come from my consultant, I do feel anxious about TTC so soon after surgery after hearing other people's stories etc.
Only time will tell what the outcome will be.
Thanks for all your help again ❤️❤️❤️