SOMETIMES. Women who have endometriosis will have more difficulty getting pregnant then those that do not have endometriosis. Endometriosis will make you less fertile not sterile. So some women do get pregnant despite endometriosis. The more severe the disease the less likely pregnancy will occur on its own. If you have endometriosis try for 6 months to get pregnant and if you don't then see a fertility dr.
Yes. It can cause infertility.. Dont jump to conclusions. Treat the endometriosis then let's work and talk about pregnancy.
Yes. Endometriosis is one of the major causes of infertility, so the answer to your question is "yes".
Endometriosis. Endometriosis is associated with infertility at any age. Not everyone with endometriosis is infertile. The younger you are then the more likely that you will get pregnant with or without help. The more endometriosis then the more likely that you will have fertility problems. Repeat surgery is not very helpful for fertility. At age 20, you should be very optimistic but don't wait too long to try.
Endo Infertility? Endometriosis is associated with infertility but many women with endometriosis have no fertility problems. We grade endometriosis from minimal to severe. The more endometriosis the more likely that it actually causes infertility. At your age, the chances of success is very high. See a fertility specialist if not pregnant in 1 year of well-timed attempts. Best wishes.
I read that endometriosis can cause infertility through a substance called prostaglandin. What is this and is it true?
Probably. Prostaglandin (pg) is a chemical produced in the body which can cause symptoms of pain, fever, headache, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Some studies have shown that endometriosis increases the pg levels in the pelvis, which decreases the normal movement of the tubes around ovulation. This movement helps the egg and the sperm to move together and the fertilized egg to get to the uterus.
Possible. It is true that endometriosis causes infertility. However, the specific mechanism is not very clear. We believe that endometriosis may cause pelvic adhesion, affect the tubal function, decrease ovarian reserve, and reduce embryo implantation. There are several factors may be involved including prostaglandin, cytokine, such as tnfa.