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TTC Patient Needs Aggressive Approach After Laparoscopy For Endometrioma or "Chocolate Cyst" by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Sat 22 Oct 2011 11:40am Question Hi, I have been trying to conceive since 1 year. I am 29 yrs old,and a professional with busy working schedules. I recently got myself investigated and found that my FSH levels r 7.09 and LH levels 3.0, AMH levels 3.29. I have undergone 2 ovulation induction cycles which showed normal ovulation but I have a tendency towards cys ... Read on »
Chocolate cysts - how we manage them at Malpani Infertility Clinic by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 09 Jan 2011 9:52pm 2 Comments A chocolate cyst of the ovary ( also known as an endometrioma, endometrioid cyst, or endometrial cyst) is found in some infertile women who have endometriosis . In this disease, the inner lining of the uterus ( called the endometrium ) grows in various abnormal locations within the pelvis . One of the commonest sites this aberrant endometrial ... Read on »
Woman With Stage 4 Endo Worries About Endometrioma: Will Not Interfere With IVF, Can Be Excised At A Later Date by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Wed 16 Jun 2010 12:00am Question: I am 28 years old & TTC for a while. Diagnosed with stage 4 endo in Dec. 09. I was told to do 6 months of lupron, then another laparascopy from an ob-gyn. I got a second opinion from a fertility doctor in may 09 after not getting pregnant naturally with the assistance of acupuncture and herbs. He said I could do another lap, ... Read on »
My story: Katie Hogg. by Shireen Hand Posted Sat 19 Jan 2013 2:00am Katie is a beautiful endo sister that I met on Twitter last year. Always trying to support others and find the positive for her endo sisters, I doubt any of us really knew how she was feeling. Here, Katie shares her story with us... It all started in 1985 when, at age 10, my first period arrived. It was nothing particularly memorable. ... Read on »
What Are Endometrial Cysts And How Are They Treated by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Thu 06 May 2010 11:39pm More often than not, a woman who is diagnosed with some type of ovarian cyst, becomes full of negative feelings, mainly fear. This is usually due to the fact that they do not understand how the body works, why they may have developed and how are endometrial cysts treated. To clarify a little, an ... Read on »
Endometriosis and IVF by John David Gordon MD Medical Doctor Posted Fri 25 Sep 2009 3:34pm Sorry for the large gap between posts but I actually took some vacation and have been paying for it ever since. Usually it takes at least a week to catch up and handle all the questions that have been raised over the previous week. This torture explains why my vacation schedule is pretty sparse! Once back here at Dominion I was interested ... Read on »
Inflammation can spread to the tubal can finally cause hydrosalpinx by winter1101 Posted Sun 12 May 2013 12:00pm Cause of Female Infertility: Mechanical Factors. Roughly 40 percent of infertility cases are attributed to echanical factors. One such cause is blocked fallopian tubes. Cure Tubal Adhesion at Fimbrial End. Adhesions, or internal scars, obstruct the tube and prevent sperm and egg from being able to meet and, thus, preventing conception. In fac ... Read on »
Back to basics: what is endometriosis? by Shireen Hand Posted Tue 21 Aug 2012 12:00am Endometriosis (pronounced end-oh-mee-tree-oh-sis) is a painful, chronic and sometimes debilitating gynaecological disease which affects millions of women worldwide. It occurs when tissue similar to that which lines the uterus (called endometrium) is found growing outside of the womb, usually in the pelvis (although it can be found ... Read on »
Treating endometriosis in an infertile woman by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 23 Jul 2010 1:11am I saw a patient who was at her wit's end. She had already had two laparoscopies for treating endometriosis. Since she was still not pregnant, she had gone to a third gynecologist. He did an ultrasound scan and found that the chocolate cyst had recurred; and was advising her to undergo a third surgery to "fix" the problem. We find this ... Read on »
Is your hysterectomy really necessary ? by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 12 Apr 2012 11:26pm A school friend came to me for advise yesterday. She is now 48 years old and was having heavy period which were also painful , for the last two years . She been advised to have a hysterectomy , and wanted to know whether it was better to do a vaginal hysterectomy or a laparoscopic hysterectomy. While chatting to her, I pointed out that hystere ... Read on »