Are you fighting with infertility or loses caused by endometriosis?

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From Lucy Johnsons; I need an advice and help: 
this is my situation right now.
I’m 36 years old, I have had 3 miscarriages, 5 months, 4 months and 6 weeks, I been feeling really down. I had and still do endometriosis and scar tissue in both my ovaries not as bad as on my right but when I went to the OBYN to do some test due to having really bad pains for 3 days without having a period.
They found out that the endometriosis took over all of my left ovaries. I had an emergency surgery and they had to remove my fallopian tube. After that surgery, I been having pain still on my left but very minor on my right.
And come to find out they can’t remove all scar tissue and the endometriosis. Ok, now that is hurting my right ovary I have two options, the number one option is remove everything or try to have a baby which is the second option to see if it helps me with the pain.
Plus, my uterus tilted a lot more after the surgery making it painful to have BD sometimes. When my husband got back from deployment I spoke to him and he wants to have a baby, we both do before we decide to remove what I have left.
I can’t work due to the horrible pains I get, everything has been hard, we were trying for a little 5 months now with no luck. I don’t know how long I will be able to hold this pains and not being able to support us. I feel to just surrender and stop trying.
Any help or advice please on what else I can do to be able to have a baby will be appreciated I just don’t know what to do.
1.Advice/help: SUPPLEMENTS.
have you gotten a second option? I’m sorry you’re in so much pain. I had a lot of the same issues and I started taking a supplement and it corrected itself 100%.
Kim kelvins

I have seen a lot of women get miraculously pregnant when they eat keto ( women with pocos, Fertility issues and Endomestriosis etc) . its quite funny because I had really bad endometriosis when I was younger.
I was in no way planning to have a baby anytime soon but my mother and I used to eat keto diets and I still followed the diet when I moved in with my current partner and we conceived our daughter.
Joel Belly

Try a while longer, if you still don’t get pregnant and stay pregnant then what your options are for ivf or surrogacy or even adoption. If there’s a will, there’s a way! There’s always a rainbow after a storm so things may get tougher before they get better but don’t lose hope on having a baby whether it is biologically yours or not.

4. Advice/Help: STAY POSITIVE.
I am so sorry……. I also suffer from Endometriosis and I would probably be having a lot of the same issues as you had. I not been diagnosed at age 15 and had my first surgery at 17….. I had 3 other surgeries but just to maintain my fertility.
But I still have a lot of pain especially with periods and when my husband and I have sex. Its absolutely horrible and I am so sorry you’re going through this.
My last surgery I was blessed to find an incredibly talented GYN that specializes in excision of Endometriosis. The surgery helped the most but I’m afraid it’s coming back and even turning into adenomyosis. I’m praying we can have one more baby to complete our family and then I’m probably going to get a hysterectomy.

I’m sorry I don’t have any solutions but I want you to know you’re not alone with your pain. My Endometriosis also caused me to losec2 babies, stay strong and I’m sending you lots of baby dust.
Joyce Mikkel.

5. Advice/ Help: IVF
Perhaps try iui to get a more concentrated amount of sperm and see if that helps any, I’d try until I just cannot tolerate the pains anymore and then I’d see if your doctor could retrieve your eggs for potential use with a surrogated or for ivf, hopefully, they don’t don’t decide to remove your uterus and only decide to do ovaries and tube.
IVF is In Vitro Fertilization where they take an egg out, take his sperm and basically create a baby in a dish then implant the fertilized egg back into the uterus and hope one stick. Usually, the implant at least a few and sometimes all of them stick and that’s how people get like squad from ivf but they’d ask how many you’d like implanted and suggest a certain amount.
Sadly its very expensive thing to do for most people but well worth it in the end from what I’ve seen and heard. Good luck hun.
Angel Real.

6. Advice/ Help: SERRAPEPTASE.
Get serrapeptase it eats away scar tissue and unblocked tubes. Also progesterone? Baby aspirin , its amazing stuff, it thickens the blood. Sometimes your blood to thick its safe to take one 81mg a day for better blood flow.
Don’t lose hope of having a baby.
Gracious Louis


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