So helpful! When you get diagnosed there is a waiting period after surgery when you don't know what your doctor knows and/or what treatment will be like. This will help. This will give you direction so you don't go crazy until your 2week follow up after surgery! Journal and follow the daily notes. It helps!
No just no. She is not an endo specialist. An endo specialist is an obgyn who spent another 5 to 8 years training in proper excision surgery. If you want your endo to be properly treated then you need to have excision surgery with an actual endo specialist like the center for endo in atlanta. No amount of healthy eating or anything else like that will keep the disease from spreading. It may help your symptoms but in the inside endo is still causing damage everywhere. Excision surgery is the only way to actually treat endometriosis.
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