What would you like to know?


Have a question about Endometriosis?  Or treatments, surgeries, medications, side effects, symptoms, quality of life, etc.?  Drop me a comment below or an email.  I’ll do some research and write about it 🙂

Don’t want to leave your question in the comments? Email me at lisa@bloominuterus.com.  I can share your name, or leave it anonymous (you choose).

Looking forward to hearing from you!  Yes, YOU!



10 thoughts on “What would you like to know?

  1. First – thanks for your amazing blog! Your posts are always so well researched and I really appreciate them! My question is – what is the best fertility protocol for a frozen embryo transfer, for a woman with endometriosis? Meaning, which protocol (drug regimen and length of time) has been proven to have the highest success rates? Not an easy question but that is what’s on my mind right now, since you asked! It might not be a common question but it’s not easy to find the answer on this one.

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      1. Oh my gosh – I am totally blown away by this. Thank you SO much for doing this – it’s truly so kind of you, and you absolutely put a TON of time and effort and work into this. I can’t tell you how thankful I am. I am going to review it in more detail as there is a lot there to absorb – very well done! THANKS A MILLION!!!

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  2. Ditto on what MyFertilityRegimen said–this blog is a great resource! Perhaps you have already covered this before I started following you, but I’d love to know more about “silent endometriosis.” This is what I have, but I can’t find much info out about it. I do actually have some symptoms, but they are not the classic ones. I’m wondering why some women present with classic symptoms like crippling pain and some don’t. And, given that silent endometriosis exists, this makes me wonder if the overall incidence of endometriosis is higher than is usually quoted. How many women have this and have no idea? Since the symptoms don’t present as normal in silent endometriosis, what are some of the other signs that women possibly facing this condition can look out for? I’d be happy to talk to you about my personal experience with this, too, if that would help your research at all.

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    1. Thank you!!! I will most certainly look into this and pester you for feedback! Will be writing up on MyFertilityRegimen’s question first, but have stuck you in my queue for research. I LOVE research! And thank you SO much for not only submitting your question, but opening up and sharing this with us. ❤

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  3. What are your thoughts and any recent theories as to why some women who are riddled with endometriosis have no pain, and others with very little endometriosis have excruciating pain? I’ve never been able to wrap my head around that one.

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