I was diagnosed with endometriosis in May of this year. My husband and I have been trying to conceive for nearly a year. I was started on Clomid this month and just took a pregnancy test on day 27 of my cycle and it's negative.

First - the good news. For

First - the good news. For every 100 women with endometriosis who are trying to conceive, 80 of them will get pregnant easily. Use of ovulation induction with clomiphene citrate (Clomid or Serophene) can also help, but only with a mild case.

IUIs have also shown to be helpful as well. If your case is moderate to severe, however, then surgery is often the best treatment method.


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