It’s back

I’m afraid I still don’t have good news *sigh*. While last year my ultrasounds revealed no sign of endometriosis tissue, now the mass is back, attached to my left ovary as it used to be, as it definitely shouldn’t be. So far it’s still tiny in size so the doctor who examined me told me not to worry about it too much, that probably my gyno will only change the birth control pill I’m taking to another one that’s stronger and see what happens. But still… sigh…

8 thoughts on “It’s back

  1. Sighing with you. Sighing is a healthy response, I think. It occurs to me that the word “mass” makes me thing big, but I’m glad it’s still tiny and hope it shrinks into nothingness.

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    1. Me too. I trust my doctor so I’m sure whatever he recommends will be the best for me. Still, the thought that I will have to take several medications for the rest of my life to fight what’s happening in my body feels counterintuitive. Sometimes I just feel like letting go of it all.


      1. It’s good that you trust your doctor. I hope the medications help. When overwhelmed or frustrated by thoughts of having to do something for the rest of my life, I find the old cliche, one day at a time, helpful. Who knows what miracles may come.

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  2. I don’t even want to hit like on that one 😦 That dark cloud just doesn’t want to blow away does it..
    How are you feeling since the accident? I’ve been thinking about you a lot, and wondering how you are ❤


    1. I’m not sure I know the answer to that question just yet. As I told you, sometimes it takes me a long time to process what happens. I may seem fine and then one day… boom! Right now I’m trying not to think there must be something wrong with me for all this to be happening…


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