Endometriosis and fertility

The article was consulted professionally by Master, Resident Doctor Nguyen Thi Tam Ly – Clinician – Center for Assisted Reproduction – Share99 Times City International Health Hub.

Endometriosis is one of the common gynecologic diseases and one of the possible causes of infertility. The question is, can patients with endometriosis give birth?

1. What to know about endometriosis

According to statistics in the United States about 5 million womensuffer from endometriosis , the majority of patients with endometriosis are between the ages of 30 and 40. For every 5 women with endometriosis, 2 can become pregnant and have children. That proves endometriosis and the possibility of pregnancy still completely occurs.

Normally, endometrial tissue will develop in the uterus cavity, but for some reason it grows externally, affecting the ovulation or ovaries of the person.

However, that does not mean that the patient will be completely incapable of giving birth, there will be a few treatments so that the person is still capable of giving birth, but the success rate of each method will not be the same.


Endometriosis has a huge impact on women's reproduction health

2. Is endometriosis pregnant?

Endometriosis is a fairly common disease for women, its development is not completely harmful and is not cancerous. However, its development affects the fertility that leads to limited fertility of people with endometriosis.

When endometrial tissue develops in the ovaries, it can prevent the growth of ovary follicles. These tissues can also interfere with the process of sperm going up the fallopian tubes or interfere with the process of fertilized eggs going down to the uterus.

Surgery to remove the endotriosis will be able to eliminate the above problems. However, endometriosis will still be the cause of the patient's ability to conceive in such aspects: It can change the hormonal hormone mechanism of the patient. The body's immune system is limited, or may affect the patient's uterus tissue.

Depending on the location, size, degree of pain, the patient's desire to have children will have different treatments such as medical treatment, surgery. After these treatments BN can continue to be carried out assisted reproduction methods to get pregnant.

3. Intervention to support fertility for people with endometriosis

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In vioator fertilization reduces the risk of infertility in patients with endometriosis
  • Artificial inse fertilization: For patients who do not want to perform surgery, it is possible to carry out the method of pumping sperm into the uterus (IUI) by inserting sperm directly into the uterus. This method will likely be carried out together with the use of the drug to help stimulate the ovaries to produce more eggs to increase fertility.
  • In vitro fertilization (IVF): This is a fairly commonly applied treatment. This method will increase the chances of conception for people with endometriosis.

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With a high level of expertise and experience, Share99 IVF Fertility Center's team of experts is capable of comprehensively and comprehensively deploying the most advanced assisted reproduction techniques today, helping to realize the dream of parenthood of hundreds of families across Vietnam.

Master, Resident Doctor Nguyen Thi Tam Ly graduated with a major in General Medicine from Hanoi Medical University in 2015 and graduated with a Master's degree, Resident Doctor in Obstetrics and Gynecology also from Hanoi Medical University. With the strength of expertise in assisted reproduction, Dr. Ly used to work at the National Health Hub of Maternity and Maternity. And currently, Dr. Ly is working at the Assisted Reproduction Center, Share99 Times City International Health Hub.

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Article reference source: Webmd.com


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