Hi all, I have been diagnosed as having small endometriomas inside both ovaries. My AMH is fine, all hormones are normal and uterus is shaped well and fallopian tubes are clear. Also, my husband’s sperm are “extraordinary” (as the fertility doc says). We’ve been TTC for 12 months and I had surgery 6 months ago to remove large endometriomas from both ovaries. At this time, the fertility doctor is recommending IVF. I wanted to know if anyone has had successful experiences with IVF even though you have endometriosis and how the process went for you. I appreciate anyone’s reply. Thanks so much! Dskylar
Post by jennifer123 on Jun 22, 2019 15:00:06 GMT -5
Hey, I hope things get better for you. Opting for IVF is I believe a good option. As it has a high success rate. However, for the process make sure that the clinic you visit is known and has a high rate of success. This matters a lot! The doctors should be experienced. They should know what they are doing. Often time we make this decision in a hurry. However, that is not the right way to go about. Look at the services and the packages they are offering. The clinic should be reliable as well as valid. Good luck to you. Sending baby dust your way! I hope things go smoothly.
Hey there! Well, I don't have endo, but I've seen people conceiving through IVF having endometriosis. I've got PCOS and I'm opting for IVF in August at a centre in Kyiv. Same, I'd tell you for! Ask your OB's advice! Yes, I've seen women becoming mothers, even having twin suffering from endo and having IVF attempt, becoming pregnant. So, yeah!
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