I just joined this community coz i thought i can get a lot of help through this.
I am trying to conceive for more than 1 year.
I have gone through HSG (with multiple filling defects due to Synaechia)
Then i had a Hysteroscopy and D & C done for removal of Synaechia.
In the D & C report, i have found that i also have Disordered Proliferative Endometrium and Stroma is Compact.Further it is mentioned: Annovulatory cycle.
I also have a problem in making eggs and have been given medications for the same in every cycle.
I am really confused now....will i ever be able to get pregnant!!!!!!
i'm so sorry you have to go through all of that. I have endo and have been ttc since feb with 2 miscarriages. Just have to hang in there and we are here to help you do so. I know its really hard, and im not saying that i dont ever feel down and am tired of it all (which i am) but just got to keep plugging away and hope for the best. Best of luck!
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