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Anyone ever have Lupron Kill Endo for good? Anyone ever have Lupron Kill Endo for good?

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Anyone ever have Lupron Kill Endo for good?

I started out with stage 4 endo at age 33. My first doc put me on lupron for six months. Honestly I didn't really mind being on it. I had a great complexion from the hot flashes steam cleaning my face. Anyway, on the Lupron the pain was gone along with the scary bleeding. When the six month peroid was done, the doc put me on the pill. That totally screwed my system up. I was in pain and bleeding more then before. He blew it off, said it's normal. Well I went and got a second opinion, was put back on the lupron, for another six month stage. My new doc said its was ok to be on it again so soon, since my body reacted well to it. So things were good for another 3 months till the pain came back, but aside from it being endo pain, I found out that I had 5 fibriods the size of oranges. Which lead to final desission of having a total hysterectomy. So I think that the Lupron effects varies from person to person, maybe it even has to do with the stage of the endo.
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