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Hey All.

I had my surgery on the 28th and found out I do have Endometriosis, Sadly there is still some there which they couldn't reach through doing a laporoscopy but they managed to get the majority out.

Thankfully it doesn't mean I can't have children infact due to the amount they removed they said I may fall pregnant easier which made me happy.

Now the only bad side is the pain afterwards but that is a small price to pay now I know having children is still an option.

Just thought I would update everyone.

I'm also getting engaged very soon.



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hey Allysa,

I had that surgery last year and the recovery is pretty fast. Had the exact same thing happen as you did in fact where they couldn't reach it all. Just get lots of rest for a few days and you should heal up nice and soon [Smile]

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