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July 3rd, 2009, 02:13 PM
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How supportive is your DH/SO when you are suffering with your Endo?

I don't know what I would have done without my DH. I was finally diagnosed just after we met and over the years he's helped me so much. He's been really understanding when sex has been too painful or when I've had to cancel plans because AF is in town. Most importantly, he keeps me laughing
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July 3rd, 2009, 06:19 PM
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My DH is very supportive .... back rubs or running to the pharmacy .... I'm so glad he's understanding
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Me(Steph): 30, Endo DH(Scott): 39, perfect swimmers
DD (Lauren): August 2002
TRYING FOR #2 SINCE JULY 2006
Referred to RE July 2008:
1st cycle: natural - cancelled due to drop in E2
2nd cycle: 100mg Clomid day 3-7, Ovidrel & TI -
3rd cycle: 100mg Clomid day 3-7, Ovidrel, IUI -
4th cycle: natural (clinic closed over holidays) -
5th cycle: 150 IU Bravelle day 3-10, Ovidrel, IUI -
6th cycle: no meds - Lap. March 3/09 - endo removed from left ureter, dye test - tubes all clear!
7th cycle: 100mg Clomid day 3-7, Ovidrel, TI -
8th cycle: 150IU Bravelle day 3-10, Ovidrel, IUI - OHSS,
9th cycle: natural/MA Break -
10th cycle: last cycle w/MA - 125IU Puregon Day 3-5, 100IU Day 6-11, Trigger, IUI + TI -
finished with M/A, NTNP from now on....

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July 3rd, 2009, 08:14 PM
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He is very supportive. Even after years of pain and no diagnosis, he always believed my pain was real! Test after test came back normal, but I was still having pain. I was starting to think I was crazy and I must be a hypochondriac. But even when I doubted myself, he never doubted me!
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July 4th, 2009, 01:44 AM
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He is very supportive 99% of the time. He has his moments where are plans are ruined because of the pain or the IBS that he gets mad but I can't blame him.
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06/2004 - Lap for endo and cysts
08/2006 - Lap for endo and cysts
02/2010 - Lap for endo, cysts, and hydrosalpinx repair
02/2011 - Lap for endo, cysts, and RSO
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July 4th, 2009, 03:34 PM
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Yes! and very understanding when I have pain or something hurts during
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