Endometriosis and getting Pregnant

Endometriosis and getting Pregnant

Are you one of the millions of women with Endometriosis?

Studies have shown that nearly 1 in 10 women are affected by it!

Endometriosis is a disorder where the tissue that normally lines the uterus grows outside of it, potentially causing cysts or scar tissue. Not only can it lead to fertility issues, but Endometriosis can be painful, especially during the menstrual cycle. While it’s important to follow up with your doctor, remember, even with mild to moderate endometriosis, you may still be able to conceive and carry to term.

If you decide you want to pursue treatment, we recommend checking out Nancy's Nook Endometriosis Education Facebook group. It’s an excellent resource for Endometriosis and even provides great references for surgeons specializing in the condition.

You can also learn more about Endometriosis here.





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