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JenS,Having almost all the tests done (gastric wise), I am thinking of going to see my GYN to eliminate the possibility of endo. I could be 2/3 on your list. I won't quit bugging my doctor
until my pelvic pain goes away.Nat
 

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JenS,Having almost all the tests done (gastric wise), I am thinking of going to see my GYN to eliminate the possibility of endo. I could be 2/3 on your list. I won't quit bugging my doctor
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Actually JenS,I had a laparoscopy 11 years ago and was told by my present surgeon that if I did not have endometriosis then, it is more likely that I don't have it now. Nevertheless, I want my GI specialist to send me to a GYN... I've had three ultrasounds (2 pelvic and 1 endovaginal) to rule out any major abnormalities. Don't know what the GYN will say, but he might have some kind of an idea since it's his field. This is starting to feel like the never-ending story
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Actually JenS,I had a laparoscopy 11 years ago and was told by my present surgeon that if I did not have endometriosis then, it is more likely that I don't have it now. Nevertheless, I want my GI specialist to send me to a GYN... I've had three ultrasounds (2 pelvic and 1 endovaginal) to rule out any major abnormalities. Don't know what the GYN will say, but he might have some kind of an idea since it's his field. This is starting to feel like the never-ending story
Nat
 
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