I would recommend seeing a gynecologist. Take your records, or have them sent to the specialist. If you don't have one, ask your doctor for a referral. You want to get an accurate diagnosis and treatment.
If it is adenomyosis, this means the uterine lining is growing into the muscular walls of the uterus. Your symptoms are consistent with this condition but there could be other causes as well. There are treatment options to help you feel better, such as anti-inflammatory meds or hormones, but the only real cure is hysterectomy. Your doctor can explain your options once a definitive diagnosis is made.
The answers in online forums are for information only and are not intended to substitute for medical advice and care. Please see your personal health care provider for further evaluation of your individual case.
Debbie Miller, RN