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Trying for baby, all reports normal except pinhole in cervix, possibility of endometriosis. What to do ?

Hi Doctor ... we have been trying for baby for more than a year now ... Almost all the test s as suggested by other doctors are done ... one problem found is the pinhole in Cervix ... All the other tests are fine ... One Doctor here suggested that there may be a possibility of first or second stage of Endometriosis ... the symptoms are not matching or not prominent ... Also he has found an Ovarian Cyst ... which was not present earlier in previous Pelvic test .... Pls suggest what can be done
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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As such, pin hole cervix has not been shown to impair fertility. It could compromise conception if there is history of in utero exposure to DES. If endometriosis has been diagnosed, it should be treated to enhance your chances of conception. Ovarian cysts, if caused by endometriosis, may regress after treatment. Hope your query is answered. Take care.
Answered: Fri, 7 Jun 2013
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