will a pregnancy help to cure "disordered proliferative endometrium"?
I am 33 and was DIAGNOSED with "disordered proliferative endometrium" recently.
It will be hard for me to get pregnant, I need to decide if I'm gonna try to get pregnant or just take PROVERA as needed to control the lines in my uterus.
And my concern is, if the pregnancy will help to cure the problem?
does anyone know something about this?
disordered proliferative endometrium is simply the lining of the uterus prior to ovulation,,,it is not a dis order its just a big long medical name for a normal condition every woman of childbearing years has monthly...the lining changes after ovulation either becomes the home for a placenta and embryo or is shedded during menses...
If you want to become pregnant Id say go for it try,...what do you mean by lines in your uterus...is it scar tissue or adhessions??? You can not take Provera and try to become pregnant ,,let me know if I can be of futher help..
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