Ok, so I don't really belong here anymore but don't really have anywhere else to post. We're still not ttc as are way past our cut off point. That said, we haven't exactly been careful about preventing so technically we're not not ttc either. Kind of a confusing place to be but considering fertility issues I don't think we'll get a happy accident anyway.
I saw the specialist this week. He also suspects endo could be at play, or some other issue. For those who don't know I've had severe / stage IV endo adhesions and lesions dealt with by laparoscopy previously.
I go in for surgery on the 27th of this month , provided my healthcare doesn't deem it assisted reproduction and refuse to cover it. They shouldn't though (fingers crossed). I'm having dye studies, an operative lap, hysteroscopy and d&c. I'm not keen on the d&c as I don't know if its necessary and I worry about Ashermans Syndrome as this will be my 6th d&c. The doctor thinks the risks are very small and it could be beneficial as a reset as the endo can effect the lining too. So, he has me convinced but still nervous. My scans also showed a "bulky" uterus which just means it was stretched long. It could be from the pregnancies but I'm still concerned as it didn't show up on the previous scan which it should've if due to pregnancy (last scan was about oct last year).
If they come back after the surgery and say it was endo I don't actually know if we would officially ttc again. My youngest will be 4 soon and I am really concerned the age gap would mean a third would be so much younger they would be left out and or be like an only child. My husband doesn't care about the age gap though so we will see