I'm really confused because I was diagnosed with stage III of endometriosis 6 weeks ago, the chromotubation was negative for both fallopian tubes so the doctor recommend IVF. Today I had an hysterosalpingography and my uterus looks fine and both tubes are perfectly permeable, so what now? My AMH is a little bit low for my age but I'm ovulating... Has anyone had any similar experiences?

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  • Hi..Chemby,where the same. I'm 31 years old. I have stage 4 endometriosis I had 3 operations. My consultant sent me to have ivf because I can't get pregnant naturally my 1 tube was removed the other one was very thin.waiting for 1 year now for this procedure. Lots of blood test etc. I had egg collection last 8th July 24 eggs collected 10 matured. Today I had egg transfer. I am very excited for thisπŸ˜‰ for sure you will get pregnant soon. πŸ˜‰


  • Endometriosis sucks and infertility is a long and hard journey...I wish you the best of luck, Thanks for your reply!

  • Hi Chemby. Endometriosis is the most confusing of all fertility issues! You can be "full of it" then 3 months later we can't see it! It changes colour too! We don't even fully realise what causes it. I think that when you go back for a further consultation you need to ensure that the tubes are both patent before proceeding with \IVF - if that is the course chosen, or whether any treatment is needed on them beforehand. Hopefully, all will be straight forward for you. good luck! Diane

  • I'm agree! Endometriosis is unpredictable. Thanks for your reply!

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