My OB/GYN just recently told me that I may have endometriosis. I do have alot of the symptoms, but I was wondering if you could have nausea with it. I have been SO nauseated lately, and it's not like a sick on my stomach nausea, but just like a really crappy feeling. He said that he has seen it before, but I was wondering if anyone on here has had it before with theirs.
I found out in January that I have endometriosis. First my doctor has me on 2 different kinds of bc pills. Which always make me very sick. Then he did surgery, which seemed to help. After that he gave me 3 Lupron injections. That made me sick too. Not a good experience. But now he has me on the Nuvaring. I am always nauseous. I don't know if it's the nuvaring or the endo. My dr doesn't think it's from the nuvaring. But I have missed 3 or 4 days of work in the past month b/c I have felt so bad.
I had quite a bit of nausea before I had the surgery to fix some of my endometriosis. Still taking bc for it, and had two other surgeries since. Whenver it came back, the nausea would return as well. It sucks. Sometimes I wish men could either give birth or have our menstrual problems...wait I take that back, I would take birth over a period any day lol. Let the men have our periods.
They will do that in the hospital. Mine was same day surgery. I got to go home about 3 or 4 hours afterwards. But they will put you to sleep and they stick this thing in through your bellybutton. It lasers off all the endo. And then he might give you a few stitches or just use glue. My dr used the glue and now you can hardly see where he went in. I had two periods after my surgery and I hardly knew I was on it!! It's incredible! I've never had that little pain with my periods before. But the past few days I have been nauseous again. I am going to start my period within the next week or 2. I wonder if that has anything to do with it? B/c I am no longer using any birth control pills or the nuvaring. I was scared to death before my surgery... I am terrified of needles! haha So that was a pretty big deal for me. But it wasn't even close to being as bad as I thought!!
Actually, it's not the laparascopic surgery that they are doing I was talking about the laparascopy thing they do to see how bad your endometriosis actually is. I know what you are talking about, though. You are talking about the surgery itself where you get the endo fixed.
i have enodmetreosis and am about to have my second lap surgery. I have been feeling really nauseated and when I asked the doc about it he told me it is most likely form the endometreosis. I am soooo sick and tired of feeling this way!! It is not only a once a month feeling, it is all of the time and noone seems to understand. My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for 14 mths now and I just wonder if we should take a break and get back on the pill. This is such a dibilitating disease!
I also was diagnosed with endo. I am miserable, irritated and in pain for one to two weeks per month. My husband is trying to understand what I go through once a month but I feel nobody really knows. I almost feel alone. I am constantly worried about missing work or fun activities and my nausea controls me. I go back to the doctor next month to schedule surgery. You are not in this
alone! Take care, love an endo victum
I had the surgery close to two months ago. The dr removed what he could see of the endometreosis. I had my first period since and I also just went off the pill because we want to try for a baby. I was so upset that I still have a lot of pain from my period. It wasnt as bad as it was before the surgery, but not as good as I was thinking it was goin to be.
I am not looking forward to my next one in two weeks. I hope that we get pregnant soon. I know the longer I am off the pill the more chance of my endo getting worse...that really sucks. Jennafer I know how you feel about it, its so furstrating and painful.
Could you tell me the worst side effect you feel from birth control? I have had laparoscopy and the doctor removed 2 cysts, one 12 cm and one 8 cm. He is recommending Lupron and I am hesitant. Do you have any experience with this drug?
I found that each birthcontrol is different for me. I found that Marvelon worked for me. The main side effect that i had was feeling depressed, so it took me trying three different kinds before I found the one for me.
I dont know anything about Lupron though. If you are hesitant ask your Dr more questions or seach the web.
Excellent post! I have been feeling very nauseated and it's always worse right before my period starts. I haven't been diagnosed (the docs seem reluctant to do a laparoscopy) but I want them to just do it so at least I have an answer...
My old doc wanted to put me on Lupron w/o even finding out if I had endo for sure. I was against that- what's the point of taking this serious of a medication if you're not 100% sure that you even have the disease?
Needless to say, I'm working with a new ob/gyn now. Wish me luck.
I Just found out that I hae endometriosis and had a laperatomy surgery 3 weeks after meeting with an obgyn my whole stomach was bloody bruised I am always nauseated and constipated no matter nthe amount of vegtables and fiber I eat I have changed my diet to an complete strict endo diet it is not helping my doctor seems like she just does not want to deal with me she never has time to see me or never returns my calls she wants me to start lupron I refuse there are 101 side effects with lupron I dont know what to do I am so sick every single day and this constipation and abdominal pain about kill me what can I do open to any suggestions..
My 10 year old may have endometriosis. Based on her symptoms, the gynecologist believes she has endo so she gave her a Depo shot. She started her period right after she turned 9 and it wasn't so bad at first, but about 8 months later it started getting heavy and lengthy. She is experiencing intense nausea during her period and even when she doesn't have her period. Her nausea acts up quite a bit after she eats. Has anyone experienced this along with endometriosis? She is starting to get depressed about not ever feeling well. She is canceling sleep overs, birthday parties and other fun activities. She cries for me not to make her ride the bus because it will upset her stomach. She refers to it as her queeziness. She is a great student, has many friends, supportive family and she is not one to usually complain about her health. Needless to say we are very worried. Nov. 3 she is scheduled to see a Pediatric Endocrinologist. We are hoping she will want to conduct further testing so that we can find out exactly what is going on with our daughter. Please give us any advice on what we can do to help her. Appreciate it.
Well after reading all this I feel better knowing that is a normal condition to feel nausea ,I thought that I am going crazy .I found out that I have endometriosis after I colapsed at work and ended up at ER room.I have my surgery schedule for nov 4th and I am looking foward to feel better after.(hopefully )To me is sooo hard to deal with this nausea I will rather be in pain that feeling like I am going to throw up every min.Anybody knows if this symptom goes away after surgery ?
I had laparascopy last week and my doctor found stage II endometriosis. My doctor suspected I had endometriosis going into the surgery due to the fact I had a large ovarian cyst and the amount of pain I was in. Before I was diagnosed, or even suspected, with having endometriosis I was misdiagnosed and put on antibiotics for a few months.
Besides the pain, nausea was the constant reminder something was going on with me. I felt nauseated for months with little to no relief. It is the absolute worse feeling to have. I try and eat to feel better, and that doesn't help at all.
Sad to say, the nausea is back and has been back less than a week after surgery. I wish I didnt think it was the endometriosis, but I have nothing else to contribute the nausea to. I actually got online tonight to research if anyone else has nausea.
I dont understand how endo and nausea correlate, I just know I'm spending a good amount of money on pepto (which barely touches the nausea).