Ovarian Endometriosis And Fertility
by Baby Urge
Hi all, I just had my laparoscopy for endometriosis in my both ovaries in this year and immediately my doc put me on lupride shot for 3 months. I am 28 and married for 4 yrs and just planning for a baby....please guide me about my chances of getting pregnant as I don't know anything about my internal system and my doctor is saying that my tubes and ovaries seems to be good in condition.. Please help me.
The most important aspect about treating endometriosis is your diet and life style
I would suggest that you do some research on the possible side effects of long term use of Lipride.
There are safer and natural approaches to endometriosis, especially when it comes to conception and fertility.
I would recommend learning more about the EndoWise Fertility Kit
. This kit has been designed for women who suffer from endometriosis and want to increase their chances of conception.
Unfortunately you cannot take lupride or lupron and follow this natural protocol at the same time.
When following the EndoWise fertility protocol you need to avoid xenoetrogens in your diet and in your life at all costs as these chemicals disrupt the endocrine system and fuel the growth and development of endometriosis.Cleansing
also helps eliminate these harmful chemicals from your body faster.
We are all bombarded by chemicals in the environment that mimic the action of estrogen. These chemicals are called xenostrogen and when present in the body in higher quantities they stimulate tissue that responds to estrogen stimulation like the uterus, ovaries, cervix and the breasts.
Excess estrogen in the body puts women in a state of estrogen dominance, which has severe side effects like endometriosis, pcos, polycystic breast disease, fibroids, ovarian cysts, luteal phase defect, irregular periods, mood swings, low libido, early menopause, early puberty, high testosterone, low estrogen, infertility, etc.
The best way to treat endometriosis is by going to the source of the problem, which is excess estrogen.
Learn more about Natural Endometriosis Treatment
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