What is the best age to conceive if you have endometriosis?

Asked 2 years ago

My husband and I have been talking about wanting to start a family and have children. However, I am feeling anxious because I have endometriosis and don't know how this will affect my pregnancy/the chances of me falling pregnant. Can someone please tell me what the best age is to start trying for children if you have endometriosis?

Brennan Bass

Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Having endometriosis does not automatically mean that you'll have trouble conceiving. More than half of women with endometriosis are able to fall pregnant and carry the pregnancy to term without treatment. However, since it gets harder to conceive the older you grow, it's advisable to start trying for children in your 20s or before hitting 35. To help you conceive, you can track your cycle using fertility tracking devices such as the Ava Bracelet or the OvuSense Fertility Monitor.

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