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jazmynsMYbiscuit posted:
I am wondering about going off the pill (continuous bc) and trying to conceive naturally before medical intervention since my stage 3 endo diagnosis/lap 4 yrs ago for infertility. I had major allergic reaction to Lupron, and just wonder if anyone has been successful with natural conception. Just got married to my 7yr sweetheart and I am getting anxious to start trying again. And would like some insight on what to expect once we go off the pill.
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brandib01 responded:
my doctor put me on constant bcp to help me ttc naturally to try and keep the endo as under control as he could.
remember endo is not a "no baby" diagnosis. i conceived my son after 6 years of ttc and a bunch of other stuff w/ stage 4 endo while on bcp's and lupron lol so anything is possible.

you can read my bio pretty much for my story but any questions email me or post. i can help you with little tricks that are supposed to help. or at least improve your chances. but it is suggested to try for 6 months naturally and if no luck seek medical intervention but you do have quite a few options.
Brandi 28dx'ed.endo lap 09'


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