Monday, June 1, 2009

It's over, phew!

I survived! I'm home now. Lots of pain.. lots and lots of pain. Thank goodness for morphine and demerol, I thought I was going to die when I woke up. More details to come when I'm feeling a little better. Thanks for the prayers and well wishes!

4 comments:

My Endo Journey said...

Glad to hear from you. REST UP!!!!

Kelly said...

It gets better! Get plenty of rest!

idigress said...

Yay!

deedee_7766 said...

if you have the erc info on your site, do you know about excision surgery with an expert? a hyst is not recommended for endo....

good luck with the mirena, i've read of women having bleeding problems afterwards...

Catholic hospitals are smart not to have women use it, they might work with progesterone which is amazing...mirena is progestin, synthetic, not progesterone.....

for women looking for help in endo, excision surgery with an expert or diet can help so much...

most ob/gyns or RE's know nothing really about endo...an expert knows where all the locations, stages and forms of endo are

excision surgery or diet can help much more than IVF and their med offerings

endometriosissurgeon.com

http://www.centerforendo.com

endoexcision.com

pelvicpain.com

johnleemd.com

endo101.com

endo-resolved.com

http://www.endometriosis.org/nutrition.html

progesterone advisory network

naprotechnology.com

omsoul.com

fertilitycare.org

those last two sites have nfp / napro docs that help you chart, test hormones and supplement with progesterone if needed

dian s mills' book on endo diet is amazing

http://www.makingbabies.org or is it com