A ll my life, growing up, all I ever wanted to do was have children.
Well, then along came my periods.
I had never in my young life experienced so much pain. I was told it was just period pains, it's normal, get over it. My mother thought I was exaggerating, doctors never believed me, I really started to dread that time of the month.
Fast forward a few years, I met a lovely man and we wanted children, I was nearly 30 and pain was a part of my life along with pain killers. So we started trying for kids, but nothing happened. Ended up going to a very rude doctor who sent me for a scan. I went for the scan and the woman doing it stopped straight away and said: "I will be sending you to hospital and you will be going asap."
I had the endo removed, and this is where I found out I couldn't have children. I had 5 ops all together, along with a lot of emotional and physical pain. I am now going through menopause and that is a doddle, compared to endo.