|I need help
||[May. 10th, 2012|08:28 pm]
My names Katherine and im 19 (20 in august)
I have just been diagnosed with Adenomyosis and i'm not too sure what to do, as I am so young and the age range for this disease is 30+ and have already had children.
I would like a family of my own in the future but have been told to start it early, what exactly does that mean? now?
I wouldn't mind having a family next year, I have been with my partner for four years, but everyone agrees that im too young right now as so do I, but if it helps my chances of having a family then should I?
I have had problems since i was 17 and some say it grows and affects fertility and some don't, just mixed emotions and messages.
I am planning to go to university starting in 2013 to do midwifery.
Thought I would get help off people that have the same disease as i do.
Please help and give me some advice, thankyou so much!!
It's difficult to advise someone else about having children.
It used to be that doctors would advise women with endometriosis or/and adenomyosis to get pregnant to reduce the symptoms - ironic as for some women it made it worse, for some it wasn't an option.
Why does your doctor advise this? What are the treatment options?
I looked at some of the current information - and it reads like old information about endo, ie the mistaken beliefs that prevented thousands of women getting treatment. I think that the belief that it only affects older women (as was the standard belief about endo years ago) is because it doesn't get diagnosed earlier.
If I was in your position, I'd only consider changing plans and trying to get pregnant early if it was very,l very important to me to carry a child. I think it's a hard choice, and maybe no 'right' answer as any option has a risk.
Have you tried using a decision tool to help draw out your main preference?
One I use:
Pros and cons if you go for pregnancy
pros and cons if you don't
in a 2x2 grid.
list everything you can think of, then try to mark the ones that are most important for you, and for both of you?
I hope this helps a little.
I was diagnosed when I was 21. I had my first baby this past January (I'm 28 now). The doctor who diagnosed me said I shouldn't have any issues trying to conceive, so I think it depends on each individual case. Did your doctor say anything about you possibly having issues? If you're concerned or confused, then ask him/her.
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