(Closed) TTC bees: Did they find anything during your laparoscopy?

posted 7 years ago in TTC
Post # 3
3059 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Unfortunately, I cannot help you out on this subject. However, I’m very interested on what you find. I’ve done some researching myself as I also feel I have endo due to very painful and heavy periods and extreme cramping after O up until AF starts. I asked my doctor and she says, yes, you probably have endo but she won’t do the surgery because I’m overweight. Which really upsets me because I don’t understand why when I’ve had a surgery done a few years ago to remove my gallbladder. I’ve been blaming my TTC issues on my PCOS but my periods after coming off BC about a year ago have been so regular and I have been O’ing monthly that I don’t know how it can be the PCOS anymore. She did do an u/s and said if I had extreme endo it would show up on the u/s, but it did not. I also read that sometimes it doesn’t show on the u/s.

Post # 4
2550 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

That’s different.  In the US, its usually done under general anesthesia @ a surgery center or hospital because the RE can operate if needed.  Now you can have an exploratory office hysteroscopy w/ a local.   I’ve had an operative as well as exploratory hysteroscopy w/out any issues.  Fortunately I didn’t need a laparoscopy because they use gas to view your internal organs.  And it is soo hard to pass the gas.(Had robotic myo nearly a year ago)

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