Wondered if anyone could provide any reassurance? I am due to have my second lap on Friday to excise my recto vaginal endo. I’ve had a MRI and sigmoidoscopy and been told it hasn’t perforated my bowel and colorectal surgeon told me (quite dismissively) that I definitely won’t need a stoma as my endo is next to my bowel, not through it.however, my Gynae consultant has told
Me it is a possibility and the nearer the time gets I am getting nervous. They referred me to the colorectal surgeon for reassurance but he just sent me away saying ‘I don’t know why they referred you here’ so now I feel unprepared if that is the case. Does anyone know how likely that is given that my bowel is not directly involved? And if yes any experience of having a stoma that could be reassuring?I’ve been told I’ve got quite extensive endo and adhesions coating my ovary, not on tubes but that it is also dense adhesions that is sticking everything together.
Thanks for any advice