So many of us deal with pain that would debilitate our lives, if we weren't able to sustain ourselves with some sort of medication to tackle the flair up. But what works the best?
Most of my doctors have put me on Tramadol first and Oxycodone when I explain how Tramadol doesn't do much for my pain. As well as nerve blockers and NSAIDS (Which I limit always to, when needed). HOWEVER, society has a different view on pain medication and I'm wondering if this has made anyone feel uncomfortable… read more
I am having surgery to remove the scar tissue and while I am asleep, they want to put an IUD in as well. I am super nervous about the IUD and want to know if there are side effects, and if the IUD is a good route to go.
My doctor says its impossible to have endometriosis symptoms everyday. He says the pain should only be on my period. Guaranteed its worse on my period but I'm in pain and exhausted everyday :( does anyone else suffer everyday of the month and if so how are you managing things? I'm really struggling to get up on a morning and carry out my daily routine, I feel like if I don't at least sort out my fatigue some how I will lose my career any advice would be great. Thanks in advance XX
I have always been very curious to know the difference between endometriosis pain and pregnancy pain. After I heal from my surgery on Thursday I will be trying to get pregnant. I would like to know what to expect when it comes to labor pain. It may sound weird but I feel like once I go though labor I can more accurately describe my pain level to people. I can say that it feels like someone is stabbing my right ovary with a dull red hot icepick but I have never actually been stabbed so, I do not… read more
I have a vaporizer that I use on extremely bad days and a family member who is a chef has begun working with edibles. So far I've found vaporized CBD oil most effective without the red eyes and "stoned" feeling, but am new to it's medicinal uses and would love to hear others experiences with various medicinal marijuana products. Thank you in advance as I know this particular topic can be "taboo"
I've been taking Visanne for a year now and doctor has said I can stop it. How long did it take for your period to return after stopping it? And have you experienced any other symptoms? I've been off it for 2 weeks now. No period yet, but I've had breast sensitivity, increased appetite and increased libido. I would love to hear your experiences!
Hi there, i was just wondering how long it took for some of you ladies to be diagnosed for me it was 6 years and am currently sueing my old womans health doctor for negligence. She kept saying it was normal period pains and irregular period and i was normal. I just want to hear some of my endosisters stories so can get an idea on what is normal and what isnt for waiting. Also what ages were you diagnosed.
Headache, severe dizziness, pounding heart, drop in body temperature, large wave of fatigue. Also nausea and a bit of loopy-ness, if the heading wasn't any indication. Google says that I either have an arrhythmia or I'm having a heart attack...Any guesses? Your guesses are as good as, or better than, mine.
If you aren't embarrassed by my question I'd appreciate knowing if anyone else has the same experience. I have issues with having sex, the majority of the time it makes me feel sick in my stomach, I luckily have a very understanding bf. Sometimes when I feel that internal sex will be to much we go for the external pleasure (clitoris). But even this causes pain sometimes. Does this happen to anyone else? My doctors are very coy with giving me answers to anything.
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