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Unread 10-16-2007, 06:30 PM
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I have an OBGYN, but I'm thinking about seeing an endocrinologist IF this type of Dr would be able to help me better with possible HRT. I have sever endometeriosis,,and have been advised so far on NO HRT by my OBGYN.

I wonder what happens to my body without estrogen, but I also dont' want endo to come back on my remaining organs, no of which can be removed. Everything that can be taken out was already removed.

Anyone have any infor on these types of Dr's.

I hate to ask my OBGYN feel like I'm cheating on him, but I might have to call him for my chart to be sent if I decide to see an endocrinologist.
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Unread 10-16-2007, 06:35 PM
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Your not cheating on your GYN..? He specializes in GYN and the endorinologist specializes in Endocrinology. I LOVE my Endocrinologist. I had a Pit. Micro Adenoma and she was great. I am making an appoint with her to discuss the hormones and CDI issue. I would look into it. They can be a life saver.
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Unread 11-10-2007, 10:13 PM
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An endocrinologist could be very helpful to you. Your GP may even be able to refer you. You may also want to see if there is an endometriosis specialist in you area.

It can be tricky trying to decide what is best for us hormonally when we have endometriosis so it is important to have a doctor who understands both endo and hormones.

Many best wishes to you!
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