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Can I become pregnant if I have endometriosis?

Yes. If you have trouble becoming pregnant and have known or suspected endometriosis then your Alana doctor will often suggest either conservative management (i.e. continue trying without intervention) or surgery.

Research suggests that removing endometriosis surgically improves the chances of becoming pregnant without any additional treatments (such as IVF).

No medication used for the treatment of endometriosis will help you become pregnant, and these medical treatments should not be used as they may prevent you from becoming pregnant.

Your doctor may suggest that you see a fertility specialist to discuss IVF or other treatments to become pregnant.