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Endometriosis Infertility Information
first discover endometriosis infertility when they experience
difficulty getting pregnant. Our fertility experts at Extend
Fertility work with you to help determine the relationship
between endometriosis and infertility.
Endometriosis infertility typically develops in women of
reproductive age. Endometriosis is a common medical condition
where the tissue lining the uterus (the endometrium, from endo,
"inside", and metra, "womb") is found outside of the uterus,
typically affecting other organs in the pelvis. The condition of
endometriosis can lead to serious health problems, primarily
pain and infertility. Endometriosis can affect any woman of
reproductive age, from menarche to menopause, regardless of
race, ethnicity, whether or not she has children, or
socio-economic status. Most women with endometriosis are in
their 20s and 30s. Endometriosis infertility can be treated
successfully by female fertility specialists.
Female infertility is a condition of the female reproductive
system that interferes with the ability to conceive. Female
infertility is typically defined as a woman unable to get
pregnant after having unprotected sex while ovulating for one
year. Infertility can also refer to a woman's inability to carry
a pregnancy to term. Additional factors relating to female
infertility involve disorders that prevent conception or
implantation from taking place.
But in waiting longer to have children, many women face the real
challenge of having successful, healthy pregnancies later in
life. While we have made great strides in other areas, our
fertility is still limited by basic biology – the “biological
clock” generally stops ticking for women in their late 30’s or
early 40’s. Our opportunities are endless, but our egg supply
and egg quality are not.
and Endometriosis Infertility
Egg freezing offers women who plan on
a baby after 35 the opportunity to effectively
slow down their biological clocks. Extend Fertility’s Egg
Freezing service gives women the unprecedented chance to store
their eggs during their reproductive prime for use when they
wish to start or expand their families.
services are especially helpful for women seeking to overcome
endometriosis infertility issues as they age.
Extend Fertility is the only company to offer egg freezing
nationwide. All Extend Fertility partner centers are carefully
trained and monitored by recognized experts in the field of egg
freezing and female fertility. Extend Fertility is committed to
advancing the science of egg freezing.
Extend Fertility may be the right solution for women with a
family history of Endometriosis, Premature Ovarian Failure, or
Early Menopause. A family history of endometriosis, premature
ovarian failure, or early menopause can have a real impact on a
woman’s fertility. Contact us for more information on how
fertility preservation could be an appropriate treatment for
women who may become diagnosed with endometriosis infertility.
fertility physicians will work closely with a
patient’s primary medical team to determine which fertility
preservation options are most appropriate.
Ideal candidates for egg freezing are women aged 18-40 in good
reproductive health who plan to have children beyond the age of
35. Unfortunately we cannot accept clients over age 40. Our
medical advisory board has determined that egg freezing is not
appropriate for women over age 40 due to the poor quality of
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"For women who
see their fertility nearing its shelf life, egg freezing
is the greatest thing since birth control"
- Newsweek magazine