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Difficulty in conception. Had adenomyosis. Will there be any complication if I get pregnant?

I was told in Nov. 2012 that i had Adenomyosis. I have had alot of trouble getting pregnant and i just found out in March that i am pregnant. : ) I have my first appt. with my doctor in a week . I was just wondering is there anything i should be concern about with being pregnant with my first child and having Adenomyosis?
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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Thanks for query.
congratulation for your pregnancy.
Don't worry now you are pregnant with adenomyosis.
study said it is difficult to become pregnant with adenomyosis.
but when you get pregnant with adenomyosis don't worry some says in pregnancy progesteron level is very high in pregnancy it will decrease symptoms of adenomyosis because it is a disease of high oestrogen level.
so consult your doctor and continue your pregnancy under doctor supervision.
everything will be fine.
take care.
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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