<p style=”text-align: right;”>Hey @pearl, thanks darl for asking and for the good wishes :heart:</p>
So far, its been good, the cramps on my legs at night though, the constant need to visit the bathroom at night, the crave for food not made by me and occassional throwing up immediately after eating . Save for all these, we are good to go
Happy new year to you too! (It’s never too late haha). It’s good to hear from you too again, I’m glad you take the time to mind me . I thank you for that.
I’d say I’ve been good. Last year ending and this one so far has been a roller coaster amidst medicines, treatments, doctor’s appointments… Though I always try to remain positive, and that’s what I feel it has helped me the most. For what it’s worth I’m happy 🙂 .
Each year ought to us to make it wonderful 🙂 . @nicole
Well, since this year started my husband and I have begun to take our steps more seriously at this stage of our lives; before this eggs gets rotten -Jokes apart haha-. We know this year it’s going to be tough among my condition because it’s has worsened, and doctors say it must be because of my age. One of the solutions is to begin the surgical interventions to remove the tissue, and this, as I’ve said, could reduce my chances to have a baby. That’s why we’re worried.
Logically because of the treatments we had set a little apart from our project to be parents. Now we’re thinking about it again, as this moment is crucial to make it. So we’re taking business in the matter again.
Between us, it has grown the possibility to undergo a fertility treatment. Obviously after the surgeries that needed to be done for the endometriosis. It’s not our first choice, but it could be a window.
We have even considered the option of renting a womb. I’ve heard that here in Ukraine there’re certain fertility clinics that offer those services. All legal of course.
What would u advice me about it?. I’d like to hear your opinion.
Since you and your husband are prepared to give it all it takes now Mandy @mandykatynski, go for it and fingers crossed for a
What percentage of adhesions are we talking about here? If your symptoms have worsened, then surgery is probably the next best thing for you to do but then again, it only provides temporary relief in most cases.