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Can Endometriosis Patients Increase Their Fertility?

For women who suffer from endometriosis, their chance of getting pregnant is lower than healthy women. Moreover, medical treatments don’t cure the disease but only manage the symptoms. In the article released by The National Endometriosis Society stated that medical treatments with buserelin, danazol, medroxyprogesterone acetate or gestrinone don’t improve their pregnancy rates and no more effective than other placebo or no active treatment. For those who want to improve the chance of getting pregnant, they can opt for taking surgical treatment. Not only help to reduce the pain, but surgical also improves fertility.

The endometriosis surgery is done to cut out or destroy the endometriotic nodules and release adhesions. Endometriomata or ovarian cysts generally will grow again after drainage alone, so it needs to be formally removed. The surgery will remove the cyst and destroy the lining. The research showed that the surgical treatment can minimize to mild endometriosis improve pregnancy rates compared to diagnostic laparoscopy. In the experimental groups, from 172 about 50 women became pregnant within 36 weeks.

Women also can try to take infertility treatment depends on their severity of endometriosis, age, and conceive efforts by the couple. There are several types of infertility treatments including ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination (IUI), ovarian stimulation with IUI, GIFT (gamete intrafallopian tube transfer), IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation), and many other treatments.

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