Endometriosis and Infertility

Endometriosis disorder is when endometrial-like tissue develops on ovaries, bowel and tissues which cover the pelvis area. It’s unusual for endometrial tissue to spread beyond the pelvic region, which is not impossible. Endometrial tissue growing outside of the uterus is known as an endometrial implant. The hormonal changes of women's menstrual cycle affect the misplaced endometrial tissue, causing the area to become inflamed and painful. This means the tissue will grow, thicken, and break down. Over time, the tissue that has broken down has nowhere to go and becomes trapped in the pelvis. Endometriosis is a common gynaecological condition, affecting up to 10 precent of women. This tissue trapped in your pelvis can cause.


Women who can conceive but unable to have pregnancy said to be diagnosed with infertility. A woman who is unable to get pregnant is diagnosed as primary infertility whereas a woman who had at least one successful pregnancy in the past will be diagnosed as secondary infertility. Generally, infertility in men is related to the issues with the effective production of sperm, sperm count or the shape and movement of the sperm, which includes both the wiggling motion of the sperm itself and the transport of the sperm through the tubes of the male reproductive system. 

Related Societies/ Associations: International Caesarean Awareness Network | Canadian Association of Midwives | Human Genetics Society of Australasia | Medical Oncology Group of Australia | The Endocrine Society of Australia | Federation of Swiss Women's Associations

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