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Can one get pregnant if one has endometriosis? Taken Lupride

Hi doctor, I was diagnosed with Endometriosis . Is there any chance to get pregnant in this situation?? and also while taking the lupride injection?..Becas i have taken two shots of Lupride injection ,one on the 13th of Aug 2012 and I got my periods on the 29th of Aug 2012.And i took the second injection on the 24th of Sep,2012 and till today(November 9th, 2012) I didnt get my periods.Am i pregnant?? or does the injection causes to delay periods?What does the Lupride injection actually do??
Asked On : Tue, 13 Nov 2012
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Lupride injections decrease the release of sex hormones like estrogens and progesterones which are responsible for causing periods. The delay in your periods is not likely to be due to pregnancy.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sat, 17 Nov 2012
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