A 30-year-old female asked:
If you had endometrial hyperplasia (untreated), can you get pregnant easily? if you did get pregnant, would you have a lot of bleeding in pregnancy?
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Fertility Medicine 31 years experience
Treat it: Endometrial hyperplasia will generally not affect your ability to conceive, but it is a risk for developing endometrial cancer. if you have it documented, it should be treated; most cases are treated with medicines not surgery. Good wishes..
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