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Adenomyosis Is Threatening My Fertility

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adenomyosis taking away my fertilityI just found out I have adenomyosis. All treatment options have been unsuccessful. My gynecologist agrees that hysterectomy is the only option left, but it breaks my heart to think I can never have any more children. What should I do?


It's very understandable why you are upset about the loss of your uterus and the ability to have more children. This is a very important time to seek not only a second opinion but a third and fourth as well. Find a specialist whose expertise is in adenomyosis. Every doctor has a level of interest and expertise. Even if you have to travel to meet with a specialist, now—before you schedule surgery—is the best time to get input from other surgeons. See our article Adenomysosis 101 for more helpful information.

Once you have explored all your options, you will be better prepared to make the best health decision for you and your family. Having more information and talking to other experts will help you emotionally, too.



This content was written by staff of HysterSisters.com by non-medical professionals based on discussions, resources and input from other patients for the purpose of patient-to-patient support.

06-26-2011 - 09:03 PM


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