Endometriosis

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- Mar 19, 2019 at 04:47 PM
Hello,
Is it possible to get pregnant when having been diagnosed with endometriosis please?
Thanks in advance.
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Hello,
I have a friend who had this and she went through a fertility treatment in order to get pregnant. I recommend you try this to get success. Good luck.

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Respond to Kapoor
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Yes you can get pregnant with Endo. I have had it for 10 years and had surgery twice for it. I have a beautiful 21 month old son and my husband and I are trying for another baby now. I had taken fuyan pill to cure the endo thoroughly and I got pregnant with my son. I started to receive again and now I am anxiously waiting until I can take a pregnancy test. Good Luck to all!

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Respond to dsag11
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Yes, you can for sure conceive. Endometriosis differs from person to person. However, it is extremely important to make sure that for the process you are visiting the right clinic. Fertility specialists would know what is best for you. Individual attention is extremely important as well. Luckily I have been able to find a clinic that fulfills my requirements. If you need to ask any more questions feel free to do so. Sending baby dust your way.
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Hello. How are you doing? Sad to hear about your diagnosis. But yes, you can conceive a baby. But it is not very easy for people who have endometriosis. Such people usually get fertility treatments done in order to have a baby. Now I don't know the exact procedure or what kinda treatment would suit your situation. Only your doctor can tell you that. You should meet with your doctor about this and consider your options. This isn't the end of the world. There are ways for you to have a baby of your own. This is the bright side. I hope you get the best-suited treatment according to your condition and find a reliable place for it. I know of a woman who also has endometriosis and is a mother as well. She had her baby through IVF with donor eggs. If there are any other questions in your mind, I'd happily ask her those for you.
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Hey you. How are you doing? Endometriosis is kinda spreading more these days. Many people are talking about their struggles. But I have heard that people get pregnant with it. I wish you all the best for your future. Stay strong. Baby dust on your way.
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There are various treatments you can undergo. They are quite effective. I'd say you do have hope. You should consider visiting a fertility clinic. That will definitely improve things for you. My prayers are with you. I hope this helped! You can do this.
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Yeah, it is possible. Probably trying to get pregnant naturally, under those circumstances, is really difficult. However, it's not the end of the world. There are lots of options available. I would suggest you visit a fertility clinic. Take it from there, you know? Don't worry too much about it! Good luck to you.
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As all these women have mentioned, you do have options. I feel like you're a bit stressed out. You need to remember that TTC can be tough. Giving up isn't an option. You definitely have other solutions to this! One way or another, something will work for you. Good luck to you!
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Hello. Sorry to hear about your diagnosis. It is possible. But with a little assistance. Some people face troubles during TTC in this condition. Most opt for fertility treatments like IUI or IVF. You can consider these too. Hope something works for you.
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Yeah, it's not exactly the end of the world. Don't worry too much about it. I want to send you my support. I know, how tough it can be! Good luck to you! Keep the faith, okay? It would make a lot of sense to consult a fertility clinic.
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Hey Sasha I hope you are well. I know many people with this disorder that have been able to get pregnant. The important question is that what level are you on? This will determine a lot of things. Just make sure that you have properly been diagnosed with the problem. This is because endometriosis is different for everyone! And at times some of the doctors dont take this into consideration. Good luck to you! I hope everything goes well. You should first opt for laparoscopy. After this IVF is something you could consider. However, make sure to visit a good doctor for the treatment. This is something that really matters and shouldn't be ignored. Good luck to you. If you need any additional help let me know.
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Hey, I hope you're well. Yes, it is totally possible. Stay positive and strong. Just make sure to visit the right doctor. For endo, it is important to first know the stage. After that, there are several treatments that one can opt for. Just make sure to visit the right doctor. If you need help with that let me know.
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