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Endometriosis can indeed interfere with pregnancy, but let me explain what it is first.

Endometriosis is leftover tissue (endometrical cells) from the menstrual period that are left behind which accumulate and cover many areas of the reproductive track and intestines. The tissue is like a bunch of small patches of skin, which bleed in every menstrual period.


This is Wikipedia's Article about it:

Endometriosis (from endo, "inside", and metra, "womb") is a medical condition in women in which endometrial cells are deposited in areas outside the uterine cavity. The uterine cavity is lined by endometrial cells, which are under the influence of female hormones. Endometrial cells deposited in areas outside the uterus (endometriosis) continue to be influenced by these hormonal changes and respond similarly as do those cells found inside the uterus. Symptoms often exacerbate in time with the menstrual cycle.

Endometriosis is typically seen during the reproductive years; it has been estimated that it occurs in roughly 5% to 10% of women. Symptoms depend on the site of implantation. Its main but not universal symptom is pelvic pain in various manifestations. Endometriosis is a common finding in women with infertility.

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