I have stage 1 endo and I was able to have 2 kids naturally. I found out about the Endo after I had my daughter but my doctor said that from the looks of it I have had it for a while now (before I had her).
yes trying again. I already have 2 boys from IVF as after more than 2 years of trying the first time we gave up and the second time we didn't try that long as I just wasn't up for the dissapointments month after month. This time we actually have 4 frozen embryos leftover from last IVF but I so want to get pregnant naturally and have a real surprise so we are trying for 6 months before going back to use the frozen ones.
Thanks for your positive stories.
AF is arriving today I can feel it so no surprise this month. oh well.... still 5 to go.
I am not desperate to be pregnant as my 2nd boy is only 8 months old but I am turning 35 and I just get desperate for my body to work if you know what I mean. I just want it to work!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I was diagnosed with endo in 2008 although suspect I had it for years. I had a laproscopy and had some removed at the time of diagnosis.
Late last year I had a healthy baby boy, I fell pregnant naturally so it is definitely possible. Good luck!
I had moderate to severe endo - We did IUI with fertility meds for both our kids BUT we also had other factors as my eggs weren't high quality and DH's sperm count was low and low motility.
I can completely understand wanting your body to work "normal" lol, it can become frustrating!!
Good Luck to you and I hope you get your BFP soon!!
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