Hi ladies happy Easter! 🐣
I got referred by fertility specialist; after my second laparoscopy which again endometriosis was left on my rectum. 🙈
I received all the copies of letters; one to my GP, and one to the endometriosis specialist.
I have decided it might be better to wait to see this specialist till I try again; my endometriosis is “ fairly superficial “ but is “ all over my rectum “ and “ has very symptomatic endometriosis “ according to my fertility specialist. 😳
For those who don’t know I also suffered an early miscarriage last July (after my first laparoscopy treated endometriosis) and i do wonder if the left endometriosis played a part to play in my loss. Some would say that was paranoia but so far my gut instincts have been proven to be right. The symptoms I have can’t be healthy for a pregnancy.
Really hope someone can tell me it’s not that long 😂 but seriously I do feel lucky to have been referred to an endometriosis specialist because I know it is very difficult to get a referral 😊 x
An update; I contacted the hospitals booking department over waiting times; there are appointments available this month/ lots in May! Apparently because it is quite specialist and not many are referred it has a much shorter waiting time 😀 I wanted to put this up to help others know it’s not always hideous waiting times 😀 x