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    Is infertility caused by endometriosis?

    I only recently found out that I am infertile and am curious if there is a root cause or explantation of this. Could it be related to endometriosis?
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  • Nikki Warren

    Naturopath

    Nikki Warren is committed to preconception care, natural fertility, and pregnancy through to postnatal care. Nikki is a degree qualified Naturopath, Medical Herbalist, Doula and … View Profile

    If you have been diagnosed with endometriosis then that could be a cause of your infertility if there is endometrial tissue blocking your fallopian tubes.  Tubal blockage is the second most common reason for infertility.  This was the reason that IVF was invented actually because you could have a perfectly healthy egg and healthy sperm but if they can't meet, then of course conception doesn't take place.

    What reason was given for your infertility?  I conducted some webinars last year about male and female infertility and these are available for purchase - please contact me if you are interested - nikki@naturalreproductivecare.com.au

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