Endometriosis and Pregnancy

 

Most women which deal with endometriosis are able to have babies. But if you fail to get pregnant, the cause may be represented by endometriosis.

Surgery consists of removing, where possible, the affected tissue.

If you start to have a normal ovulation, your doctor may recommend artificial insemination, the procedure that involves inserting sperm directly into the uterus.

Do not lose sight of the fact that the standard treatment for endometriosis can prevent installation of pregnancy, or cause serious birth defects. Do not forget to inform your doctor as trying to get pregnant if you are prescribed a treatment for endometriosis.

Endometriosis is a chronic, painful disorder, affecting women of reproductive age. The name derives from the word endometrium, which is the mucous lining of the uterus.

In other words, the tissue that lines the uterus normally can be found in some women with abnormal and ectopic located in other areas. The location of these tissues (abnormal locations) can be both adjacent female genitalia, and in absolutely unpredictable in places such as CNS, lungs, etc. Endometriosis can occur even in men treated with high doses of estrogen for carcinoma of the prostate.

What we know for sure right now about endometriosis is that it is an extremely serious disease (unfortunately it is not so, not a terminal disease like cancer) apparently incurable (endometriosis is a disease that continues to be imprecise treated, at least to date methods of treatment is palliative in the majority and reconstructive, drugs are still used for treating both advanced disease, although there is no evidence of their effectiveness, and hysterectomy is still practiced to treat a disease that is, by definition, ectopic).

If in the past it was, if not simply ignored, at least considered a benign disease by treating doctors or by research teams, currently physicians encounter many patients suffering from this disease.

Overall, infertility during the disease is due to three causes, namely:

– Hormonal changes (endocrine)

– Immunological disorders

– Architectural distortion of the pelvic organs anatomical.

It was proved that in some studies that women with severe endometriosis are infertile for 6 months therapy with GnRH before increases the chance of conceiving a pregnancy to succeed.

Women who become pregnant after surgery can try fertility drugs with insemination or in vitro fertilization.

Some studies show that use of hormone therapy after surgery may extend the periods of calm (no pain), preventing further growth of endometriosis implants and restoration.

Two surgical therapies are currently used to remove the pain of endometriosis. However, performing a procedure of them (to remove implants and scar lining) does not change in most women the symptoms of endometriosis (pain).

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