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    Default grade 4 endometriosis- anyone with IVF success

    I would really like to hear from other ladies with severe endo, who hopefully have successful IVF stories. I am 36 and have had 2 stimulated transfers + 3 frozen transfers and I would love to hear stories of hope or hear from those in similar situations and who are still trying. Also, Im new to the site and have no idea about all the abbreviations are, so if anyone wanted to shed light on these for me that would be great

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    Hi there, I too have endo, we were doing ivf because my husband has poor sperm and we needed a donor. It wasn't until after two miscarriages that the endo was discovered and removed. My first transfer after the endo had been removed I fell pregnant with twins, I lost one early on but am now 27 wks with a gorgeous little boy.
    Feel free to ask any questions, there are lots of ladies on here with endo that have beautiful bubs xx

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    Thanks for your reply littlegumnut.
    What exciting news!! congratulations!!!

    I would be curious to know where you had the endo? Was it in your uterus??
    I know that there are a lot of women with endo who conceive, but Im just not sure about those with more severe endo?

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    Yup it was all through my uterus and pelvis, my FS (fertility specialist)said it was moderate - severe, he removed a LOT. Looking at the surgery pics afterwards its no wonder a baby couldn't grow in there. Crazy thing is that i had no symptoms of endo apart from heavy periods. Have you had yours removed?

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    I had surgery 2 years ago to remove a 4.8 cm cyst from one of my ovaries. I also had adhesions around the ovaries and endometriosis in the pelvic region. My understanding was that my uterus was clear, however recent scans note mild adenomyosis, so Im not sure if this is new since the last surgery or was present last time but is something that surgery cant address? At the moment i have a couple of small (less than 2 cm) cysts on 1 ovary. I also did not have any symptoms and my doctor was quite surprised given the severity. No pain is something we can definitely be grateful for


 

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