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Illiac fossa pain, endometriosis. What is it?

Just been back to hospital to see consultant, as i m experiencing right illiac fossa pain. I was diagnosed with endometriosis at the age of 20 which I had suffered with for six years. After taking the pill back to back and then depo-provera I have had no pain. Over the past 2 years I started to get pain as from week 10 of depo that gradually got to week 8; then up to a week after having it. Now the pain has become constant. I was discharged from the hospital as scan was clear and they don t think the endo has come back because its not linked to my cycle; but I don t have one! Dismissed when I asked if it was linked to immune system . Told to go to GP and see if its a water infection or grumbling appendix! After 2 or so years I m sure something else would have occured?? Any help, struggling to sleep.
Asked On : Sat, 6 Oct 2012
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Hi , it can be because of the recurrence of endometriosis, appendicitis, or ureteric colic .U need to see ur GP
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