my dr said I shouldn't have a problem getting pregnant after surgery diagnosing endo, 4yrs later nothing still. the person Iwas trying with

had a son then later found out it wasn't his. I questioned if it was him or me but he wouldn't do a semen to find out. now I'm with someone new 3 days after my period and he ejaculated in me. he already has kids so Iknow he has good working sperm. what are the chances of getting pregnant?

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  • Endo needs to be removed, not just diagnose at scope. It causes substantial inflammation in the pelvis and removing it well quiets the inflammation and pain and improves pregnancy possibilities

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