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Endometriosis, bad cramping - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   hwocan i help you
User :   HI
User :   I have a female related question
Doctor :   okk
Doctor :   proceed
User :   I was diagnosed with endometriosis in February after many years of bad cramping and lower back pain. I had a laparoscopy to remove it all.
User :   The pain persisted and I went to a new dr. My dr put me on Seasonique for a "mock" menopause
Doctor :   ok
User :   I had bad side effects with it and went off after a month.
User :   I had a period immediately following going off the medicine.
Doctor :ok
User :   This was June 6. My husband and I are now trying to get pregnant and I am wondering if this is even possible with all the medicine and changes.
Doctor :   I afraid most of the endometriosis patients end with infertility
User :   That's not necessarily always true. My sister had it worse than me and conceived just fine
Doctor :5-10% of women of endometrosis
Doctor :   will become infertile
User :   Ok
Doctor :30-40 %cases of infertility due to endoetriosis
Doctor :   D you understand

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