Conceive wrote an interesting article today, which I found interesting because its been something I have been wondering about for myself. I have had severe period pain ever since I started in my early teens, and now I am 40 and I am still having great discomfort at that time of the month! I am questioning in my own mind now, why my RE hasn’t recommended that I have a laparoscopy to check out what’s been going on inside.
Endometriosis—which occurs when tissue that’s supposed to be lining the uterus winds up outside it—can be mild or severe, with symptoms or without. Some women with the disease will have no trouble getting pregnant. But others will need proper treatment to conceive.
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An update with where we are right now…
Well, nowhere to be exact! We are in discussions (DH & I) as to whether to do a final IVF treatment or not. He is steering towards the No and I am steering towards the Yes. He will do it, but I want him fully invested in the process. Why should should us women be the only ones to do any preparation… it takes an Egg AND…a sperm!!
Can you tell I have some emotion around this! Well yes, I am working on it, and know for sure that it has to be something we both want to do – together!