Monday, March 9, 2009


My new wonder herb. Serrapeptase digests non-living tissue, blood clots, cysts and as I've read adhesions. Since my doctor just left the adhesions in me when I had my lap I'm hopeful that the Serrapeptase will digest my adhesions and free my ovary and tube up so I can get pregnant.

About 10 years ago I was having a lot of pain in my right side. It would burn so bad it felt like someone was sticking me with a hot iron. After talking with my doctor we agreed that he would do a lap. This is where they make a very small incision and insert a light to take a peek and see what is going on to cause me such pain. This is all we agreed to. Well I awoke 6 hours later with an incision from hip bone to hip bone, and missing my right ovary. The doctor explained that I had severe endometriosis on my right ovary, he called in a general surgeon, and they decided to remove my right ovary. No discussion, no choice, no research, nothing. I guess I should be glad they did not decide on a full hysterectomy. I also learned they did not remove any endometriosis but just cut it, in order to free up my organs. Any one that knows anything about endo is in complete disbelief right now, I know, I could have just screamed. I still could. Well while recovering I did some research and learned a lot about endometriosis and found I did not have to lose my ovary. I made an appointment with a new doctor that specialized in endo. He agreed that I did not have to lose my ovary but what was done was done. He did another surgery and spent 4 1/2 hours cleaning me out.

Well now, 10 years later I've gone to another doctor in my area because my insurance does not cover the doctor I went to. This doctor went in and was out within 30 min. He left me a post it note (yes a post it note) telling me I had severe adhesions and that I needed to move on to IVF. He just left the adhesions, on my ovary, tube, bowels, bladder, and everywhere else in my abdomen. So now, I'm faced with having to find another doctor that will do what should be done and my insurance will pay for.While I'm waiting I am hoping that this herb will take care of what the doctors will not. I've read a lot of promising research on it. Cross your fingers for me.