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Endometriosis Chocolate Cyst
I have a regular period but got endometriosis (chocolate cyst attached at both ovaries) so does this affect my chances of getting pregnant? do i still ovulate? i was told by this female doctor at the private clinic saying that the cysts will hold my egg f
Yes: Endometriosis does increase the risk of infertility although u do still ovulate.The chocolate cysts aren't functional cysts.They contain uterine lining cells that bleed when u have ur period and the old blood in them causes them 2 look like they r filled with chocolate syrup.If they rupture it can cause a lot of pain.Endometriosis can cause scar tissue that can block normal tubes cause infertility ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Is sperm able to stay a live and survive if i hv endometriosis and chocolate cyst? I mean if thr is any infection sperm dies? Rite? Please reply?
What happens to a 27 year olds body ( internally) at stage 3&4 of endometriosis had a chocolate cyst about a year ago & am about to have surgery 29th!
Varies: Certainly pregnancy should be the first goal. If you have not completed childbearing that should be the main focus. Having surgery on the ovary can lead to worsening infertility. Certainly you need a fertility specialist to coordinate any care since you need to be fully counseled on whether it is possible to have kids, how difficult it will or wont be, . And what surgery will help versus hurt you. ...Read more
I have endometriosis. I also have a "chocolate cyst" on my ovary. It is causing me pain and is also bulging through my skin. Cause for concern?
Endometriosis: Hello, You should have this evaluated as you may require surgery to address these findings. As Endometriosis progresses/grows it can affect your bowels and urination. For many women, there is also significant pain associated with Endometriosis and possible infertility depending on the extent of the Endometriosis. ...Read more
By me having endometriosis really bad and also cysts (chocolate cyst) surgery was needed along with having 1 ovary removed, can I hve still hve kids?
Most likely: Having stage IV endometriosis reduces the chances of conception. There are techniques such as superovulation with intrauterine insemination and in vitro fertilization that will improve your chances greatly. You still have a possibility of conceiving. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can endometriosis only affect the tubes but not the ovaries, i mean blockage tubes but no chocolate cysts in ovaries( ovaries not affected)?
Yes: The type of adhesions and endometriosis lesions can vary widely from woman to woman. The lesions can appear in various locations but not necessarily any particular locations. Behind the uterus is very common. Ovaries is common. We can even see endometriosis lesions on the cervix, at the belly button and in c-section scars. ...Read more
Is there any problem if we wait few years after laparoscopy(9 cm ovarian chocolate cyst),is there any treatment for reducing endometriosis?
Dx w/ endometriosis today based off us. No prior indications but have history of complex cysts. Can one dev endometriosis at age 30?
What is the chance of a 6.6cm cyst going away on it's own? Accompanied with symptoms of endometriosis.
Possible but...: Rather large size, could spontaneously resolve but. You you have it evaluated. ...Read more
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