Hi! I have been recently diagnosed with diffused adenomyosis. I am 32 yrs old, 6 yrs married, and childless. My doctor says that there is no permanent cure for this other than hysterectomy, which she doesn't recommend at this point since i still don't have kids yet. There are supportive treatments that I can take, but all these will only serve as temporary remedies. I have always been a strong person, but last night, while I was lying in bed, scenes from my past visits to the hospital and my last procedure just came into mind and I was just suddenly overcame with depression. I cried uncontrollably. My husband kept on asking me why but I couldn't explain why I was crying. I couldn't understand it myself. This morning I woke up with a heavy head due to last night's incident. What I want to understand is, is depression part of the condition? and I am interested to know how some people cope up with adenomyosis. I've read some materials dismissing it as somewhat common and harmless. But judging from the way I've been experiencing the symptoms these past few months, if this gets worse I might end up giving up a lot of activities, which I don't want to do. Can somebody relate to this?
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