They found stage 2 endo and removed it, which makes me feel good and bad. I'm glad they found it. I'm glad that, since it was Stage 2, I had the procedure, but I sort of also wish they found nothing and that I didn't have it. They gave me pictures as proof that they removed endo from an ovary and something else. Husband wasn't too clear on the details although he really tried to remember.
They had told me that if I wasn't under for too long they would also do a hysteroscopy, I'm glad they did decide to do this because they found a polyp at the entrance to one of my tubes, so although that tube was open during my HSG a few months ago, it likely has not been since.
After they did the hysteroscopy, they also did an HSG again to make sure that the tubes flushed clear. I assume that they did because I didn't hear anything about it.
I'm in no pain, I've taken no medication for pain or for nausea. But the laxative they made me take on Tuesday night has had long lasting effects, which I guess is better than the alternative.
I considered posting pictures of my insides, but decided against it (I thought it might be gross to some, but let me know), instead I will show you the before and after of the outside of my stomach. I was told that they would be leaving about 200 cc's of fluid behind to promote healing. I was told that I would look several months pregnant, but besides a slight sloshy feeling when I move around it's not been too bad. 3 incisions in total and bandaids covering them for the squeamish.