I suffer from stage 4 endometriosis, including on my pouch of douglas and the ureter. Recently I've had an awful pressure in my vagina, feels like I'm giving birth to a bowling ball. Could this be adenomyosis? Been experiencing increased bladder problems - ie more frequency & not emptying fully.
 Shamim Byrne
Shamim Byrne
Family planner, Gynaecologist
Nottingham
Also your endometriosis should be managed by a highly skilled laparoscopic surgeon +/- colorectal surgeon if it is that far advanced.

Mr. Ali Kucukmetin
Mr. Ali Kucukmetin
Gynaecologist, Obstetrician
Newcastle upon Tyne
You need to be examined and have a transvaginal ultrasound scan preferably by a gynaecologist to assess the pain during the scan.

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