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set back, maybe...

I decided (over the weekend) that I'm going to go through with my endometriosis laparoscopy. I was timid at first because I've mentally told myself, "I can do this on my own (with the help of dh, of course) and it will happen this month!" Unfortunately, I've said that for the last 18 months and it's just not working for us. I didn't want to loose hope. I wanted to crank through this month and REALLY give this month our BEST try ever. Not that this month is any different than the last 22 months, but in my mind, something was going to click sometime and I wanted it to be this month. Just had a feeling... (but again, no different than any other feeling that I've had throughout this process)...

After much discussion, I've come to the conclusion that at this rate, what's another month? And, if this surgery can only help me in the end, then why not? I'm not 100% ready for it but I have to (again) stay positive. I'm anxious to find out if there is something there, but at the same time, I'm frightened about being put under. I guess as you get older you do get freaked out about going under more and more.

So I have my meeting with my doctor in 2 weeks, then a week following I have my surgery. I'll keep you posted on my feelings/questions and maybe some of your input will help me.

On the upside: I've heard a number of stories about endo and the lap. Most have a really positive turn around on becoming pregnant following the surgery. So my fingers will remain crossed, for hope that it has the same effect on me!

So, stay tuned for more to come...

procedure: how it's done

Comments

Two Pretzels said…
Tell us more about the actual procedure. What do they do?
Just Me. said…
I had mine done about 2 months ago to remove my endo and I've never regretted removing them.

If you'd like to hear more of it, you can email me infertilewhore@yahoo.com.au

Don't be scared by what I am to tell you but yes, itt will hurt so ask for lots of painkillers and make sure that your DH is by your side for the first few days.

I've got fingers crossed for you too!!!!

Keep us posted!!! (((((Hugs)))))
erinann said…
oh girlie!

i so hope that this is the piece of the puzzle that pulls it all together!

much love!!

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