Options to stop period due to Endo

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Date Joined Jun 2009
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   Posted 12/3/2009 1:07 PM (GMT -7)   
So I finally get to see the endometriosis specialist tomorrow. You know how it is, you wait sooo long to see a doctor and then you can't even remember half the things you wanted to ask the doctor. So I thought I write everything down. But also woud love some opinions.
I suffer from mirgraines, so any type of birth control is not an option for me (gyno already scratch this off the list)
There is a med endo patients can take but because I suffer from ulcer's I can't take it, don't even know the name (gyno just scratch it off the list)
I've one the Depro.. was on it for 5 years I believe it messed with my crohn's, but it could just be my crohn's was really bad at the time. But I found I was sooo depressed on this med, I really don't want to go back to that especially knowing how I am with out it.
My last option the gyno gave me was Lupron. I scatch this off the list myself!!!
So as you can see I have no options to stop my period to stop suffering from Endo.
Please tell me there is another option out there for me?!
Thanks for any advice/suggestions.. greatly appreciated.
Tracy from Montreal,Diagnosed with CD at age 18 but went undiagnosed for 10 years. 17 years with CD, Remicade for 1 year 4 months. Caused remi induced RA, crippled for 8 months
on humira, working for RA but CD is getting worse everyday,been on humira only 4 weeks
Pantasa 8 tabs a day
Provacede 1 daily for the ulcer's
Imuran 1 and half tabs (50mg)
Previous meds: Pantoloc, Predizone, tapered down from 10 pills 8 different times.(horrible side effects),Lots more,list is way to long.
Unable to work last 2 years and counting.Scope says I'm clear of CD,waiting for biopsie. May have Endometrioses, again waiting for another apt.

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