Absolutely had all of the above! A series of surgeries gradually decreased these pains for me. Most notably, after I got out my uterus and right ovary, a lot of the leg pain went away. I had Adenomyosis as well, however, so I believe that was a significant source of the pain generator. I wish you the best of luck on your surgery, which has probably already happened. If the pain is still there, keep advocating for yourself. Those are definitely symptoms related to either Adenomyosis or Endometriosis or both.
I have endometriosis and I get a lot of pain deep in my thigh, down my leg, and pelvic bone. And strangely it’s only my right side. And it’s not my whole thigh/leg it’s like in a line…hard for me to explain. I also notice it more when I’m menstruating. It even hurts when I walk. I told my doctor and all she said was “hum”. It bothers me because I get scared that I have a blood clot or something(my sister actually had one in her pelvic area)
Yes, I get sharp shooting pains down my upper thighs and knees along with waves of pain, then sharp shooting pain so bad that I break out in sweats and can't stand up straight. Hurts when I go pee, poop, orgasm, all of it. Hope that helps.
Good luck! Yes I have the same problem as you. While not officially diagnosed with endo I strongly believe that I have it. I also have other symptoms like constipation and pelvic pain.
Yes! sharp shooting pains in my thighs when my endometriosis is acting up during my periods!
Sounds like sciatica. And yes endometriosis can cause it, it caused mine. My lap didn't fix it but Google it there are some great exercises that can help. Ask your doctor maybe he can refer you to physical therapy if the surgery doesn't fix it.
I never got leg pains like this, but maybe you have some endo sitting on a nerve?
You could also have a pinched nerve. Let your doctor know, for sure.
Surgery is Thursday? Let us know how it goes!