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Endometriosis and Infertility
What is Endometriosis? Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment.
Q) I am a 29 years old female who has been diagnosed with endometriotic cysts. Will this affect my chances of conceiving? What are my options?
Endometriosis is one of the leading causes of infertility. If you have been trying to conceive for more than one year without success, please visit a fertility specialist for the next treatment step.
Q) Is it rare to get pregnant with endometriosis?
Although it is difficult to conceive with endometriosis, you can seek help and increase your chances with ART techniques like IVF and IUI.
Q) Can you get pregnant if you have endometriosis?
Yes, it is possible to conceive with endometriosis. However, the extent of the endometriosis, its location, and its severity can impact the chances of conception. Fortunately, various surgical and otherwise treatments are available to manage this condition. You should consult an experienced fertility specialist for an accurate diagnosis and treatment.
Q) How likely is fertility with endometriosis?
Endometriosis can affect fertility. However, the likelihood of fertility with endometriosis varies depending on the condition's severity, location, and extent. Fortunately, various surgical and otherwise treatments are available to manage this condition. You should consult an experienced fertility specialist for an accurate diagnosis and treatment.
Q) I have both PCOD and endometriosis; what are my chances at IVF?
Success rates vary depending on the severity of the conditions, age, overall health, and certain other factors. Therefore, we recommend a consultation with a fertility specialist to assess your condition's severity accurately before providing an informed description of your chances of a successful IVF treatment"