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  1. Hello Dear,

    Thank you for writing to us at MediMetry.
    Endometriosis is one of the causes of sub-fertility or infertility. Various treatment options are available depending upon the severity of disease. If you have been trying to conceive for 6 months or have menstrual problems or pelvic pain, consult your gynecologist to confirm that there are no other issues along with Endometriosis.

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  2. Hello Dear,

    Thank you for writing to us at MediMetry.
    About one-third of women with endometriosis will readily conceive without any fertility treatment at all.
    Like the normal tissue in the uterus, the tissue outside the uterus also builds up and breaks down during the menstrual cycle. Unlike the normal tissue, however, this abnormal tissue can't leave the body. Instead, it causes inflammation inside the abdominal cavity and sometimes in other areas, forming painful lesions, blood-filled cysts, and adhesions — bands of scar tissue that fuse organs together.
    Fertility becomes an issue when these growths interfere with the function of reproductive organs. When endometrial tissue forms around the ovaries, for example, it can keep eggs from being released or when around the fallopian tubes, it can hinder sperm from traveling to the egg or the fertilized egg from traveling to the uterus.
    First try to get conceived normally for 6 months before going for nay treatment while monitoring that you do not have any menstrual problem or any pelvic pain. Keep in touch with your gynecologist.

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