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cervical oblation a year ago getting my periods every 14 day

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I am 34 years old. I have 2 kids. I had tubes clamped and cervical oblation a year ago in April. My periods stopped but came back 3 months ago. fo rthe past month i am getting my periods every 14 days, very painful just like before, thats y i had everything above done. what could be happening. I am hunched over in pain for the whole 6 days. I have had endometriosis since i was 15.


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replied July 31st, 2012
Menstruation Answer A37600
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
Endometriosis symptoms can persist or recur if estrogen production or supplementation is present. If your ovaries are functional, chances are that the endometriosis implants/growths are responding to the hormones produced which is resulting in recurrence or worsening of symptoms. You should consider visiting your treating doctor/gynecologist and go ahead with thorough examination and laparoscopic evaluation done to look for the endometrial implants. Getting them removed can help with controlling the symptoms. Post-surgery, women have better recovery and long term relief if treatment is combined with regression therapy with use of hormones. Symptoms can also persist if there has been deep retroperitoneal endometriosis (as these places are not easily reachable with conventional laparoscopy). Discuss your symptoms with your treating doctor/gynecologist at the earliest. Consider being in regular monitoring and follow-up with your treating doctor/gynecologist and report any new/abnormal symptoms immediately.
Take care.


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