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Im new on here and had my second lapo may 2017

Hi i am new to this site and was wondering if people had any advice on conceiving where endo is concerned. I had my second lapo in May 2017 to remove the endo cells which was successful and my Fallopian tubes and ovaries were said to look normal, however myself and my partner have been trying to conceive since 2nd lapo with no luck. I've had the odd twinge of pain here and there but so far the lap seems to have worked, do you think I am putting to much pressure on myself to conceive or am I better of going to see the GP as it could be due to the endo? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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If it has only been 6 months since you started trying to conceive, you could do one of two things. 1) You could keep trying as you are. Up to 1 year trying to conceive is deemed as ‘normal’ if you’re 30 or under. If you’re over 30, you should see a doctor after 6 months. Or 2) You could speak with your doctor and try to get a jumpstart on things. It’s likely they’ll tell you that after your lap everything looked good so just to keep trying.

Are you using ovulation strips or anything?

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We've just started using the ovulation strips previously was just tracking using calendar. I'm probably just being impatient so i'll give it the year and see what happens in the mean time. Thank you

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