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Can I Get Pregnant With Endometriosis?

by Saranya Viswak kumar
(cuddalore, tamilnadu, India)

I have undergone laparoscopy test on last Monday.

I got married on Dec. 2010. I had irregular periods soon I got married. Then it became regular for last 8 months. We both had all the test. All r normal. At last dr suggested taking laparoscopy test to check whether my tubes r blocked. I had the test. Tubes r normal. But I am having endometriosis. What is endometriosis? Am I able to conceive or not? pls clear my doubts. I am feeling soo bad. Help me....

Answer:

Hi Saranya,

Having endometriosis does not mean that you will not be able to conceive, but it may be more difficult and it may also take longer. With mild endometriosis, you should be able to conceive and have a healthy pregnancy. Discuss this with your doctor.

Endometriosis is a condition where the lining of the uterus, the endometrium, gets displaced and ends up in other locations like your ovaries, bowels and fallopian tubes causing pain, abnormal bleeding and pelvic adhesions and inflammation. The severity of endometriosis is diagnosed based on the location and the damaged already done.
Learn more about endometriosis and fertility here.

In order to decrease endometriosis I would recommend the EndoWise Remedy Kit for 3 months. This kit contains all the necessary remedies your body needs to decrease endometriosis and increase your chances of getting pregnant naturally.

Learn more about this natural treatment for endometriosis in preparation for a healthy pregnancy.


Fertility Blessings!

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