I wonder how dangerous is endometriosis for my future pregnancy or child? do I have to be afraid of infertility?

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I wonder how dangerous is endometriosis for my future pregnancy or child? do I have to be afraid of infertility?

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There is a chance for delay in your pregnancy if you did not treat your endometriosis on time. On you every menstrual cycle, the endometrial tissue grows and as it can not leave the body it may blocks fallopian tube and with ovary it may form cyst. Take your doctor consults for lowering the body estrogen level and other treatments. Do regular exercise and have health diet. Avoid drugs, alcohol & high caffeine. 

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Athena Druid

First, endometriosis is a condition of the uterus where tiny fibroids grow on the wall of the uterus. These fibroids are quite painful. The pains from them can last up to three days.

Second, pregnancies often HELP relieve the symptoms of endometriosis. Sometimes even the endo being cured.

Third, girls (obviously) are more susceptible to endo, especially if they were birthed by a woman with endo.

I am a sufferer of endometriosis. Having been diagnosed when I was 18 years old. Now, at 37 years old, I have two daughters and luckily they do not show symptoms of endo.

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