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    Hi Susan,

    I was diagnosed with Stage 2 moderate endo via a lap in 1999.
    (I was asymptomatic with the exception of difficulty conceiving.)
    Everything they could find was removed during that lap as well.
    I waited 3 months to get in to see an RE (my Ob/Gyn did the lap) for fertility treatment. We became pg with DD#1 on my first clomid/IUI cycle.

    When we TTC#2 for about a year on our own when DD#1 turned 1. We did not have any luck. So I went back to my same RE and tried 3 months of Clomid/IUI with no success. After that, we decided to do a lap and sure enough the endo had returned. It was removed and I became pg on my second cycle of Gonal-f/IUI following the second lap.

    So for me, the laps have extraordinarily helpful in getting me pg!

    We are currently pg with #3 and did not have to do a lap this time! We timed BMS with Gonal-f and trigger. It worked the first time!

    Good luck with everything!!

    Diana


    It's a BOY!!

    me 34, DH 36
    DD Riley- 4yo
    DD Linsey 19 months
    Both IUI miracles!
    1 angel in May '98 (blighted ovum)
    1 angel in September '02 (chemical)
    1 angel in June '04 (blighted ovum)


    Diana
    me 34, DH 36
    DD Riley- 4 yo
    DD Linsey 1.5 yo
    Both IUI miracles!
    1 angel in May '98 (blighted ovum)
    1 angel in September '02 (chemical)
    1 angel in June '04 (blighted ovum)


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