I got diagnosed with endo a few years back and they said my right ovary was adhered to my colon (woo!) and have since then been on the mini pill which is working great. I do still feel the "pull" on my ovary, which is more of a niggle than a pain.
In the (hopefully near) future I would like to try and get pregnant, however I would have to come off the pill and I'm scared to go back to painful sex and monthly agony when the usual cysts form.
I know that surgery to remove the adhesion and look at the damage to my ovary/tube is an option but I've heard so many horror stories about it going wrong. Whether its people coming out of it in more pain, or adhesion's forming again shortly after surgery, I'm beginning to doubt if this is a good option even if it is possibly the best option.
There is another potential worry that if I do not have surgery and I'm somehow fertile enough to get pregnant, the adhesion might cause pain though-out the pregnancy. It is something I am terrified of. If it's anything like the pain I had previously I would rather adopt.
I am trying to way up the pros and cons of having the surgery vs leaving it. Is there anywhere I can find statistics on this type of thing? How many
people here have had successful experiences with surgery? Do many people find that their adhesion's tear naturally during pregnancy?
Any help would be so so appreciated! I feel like I'm going round in circles.