What Kind of Doctor Should I See for Endometriosis Issues
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What Kind of Doctor Should I See for Endometriosis Issues

Patients suffering from endometriosis often require care from more specialized medical professionals. Before we address what doctors to see, let’s start with some basic facts about the nature of the disease and the extent of its influence: What is Endometriosis:  Endometriosis is a chronic and often debilitating condition that affects millions of women worldwide. Characterized…

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What Factors Might Have Influenced My Failed IVF Cycle?

Infertility is an unsettling and difficult issue that affects approximately 10-15% of couples trying to conceive. Infertility is not a single issue, but rather a combination of issues that result in infertility. Sometimes this infertility is difficult to understand and diagnose. Once an understanding is found, it is an opportunity for couples to seek necessary…

Getting Pregnant with Silent Endometriosis: Is it Possible?

Getting Pregnant with Silent Endometriosis: Is it Possible?

Endometriosis is a puzzling condition in which the tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus, called the endometrium, grows outside of it. It’s a very common reproductive disorder that affects 1 in 10 women of reproductive age. While endometriosis can cause a variety of symptoms, including pelvic pain, heavy menstrual bleeding, and infertility,…

Uncommon Symptoms of Endometriosis

Uncommon Symptoms of Endometriosis

Endometriosis is characterized not only by heavy and painful periods. Endometriosis has less noticeable signs as well; that’s why it can go undetected for a long time and is sometimes known as silent endometriosis. We have developed the ReceptivaDx test performed on an endometrial biopsy to determine whether you have an inflammatory condition commonly caused…

Unexplained Infertility – What Next? 3 Steps to Move Things Forward

Unexplained Infertility – What Next? 3 Steps to Move Things Forward

Unexplained infertility affects between 10 and 30 per cent of couples trying to conceive, according to 2022 data. It’s a big number, but testing varies between healthcare providers, and what might be considered ‘standard’ testing by your doctor may be out of the ordinary for another clinic or team.