Casey is a licensed social worker with many years of experience in the non-profit sector as a counselor, advocate and community organizer. Casey also has been a presence in the infertility community as a writer and activist, using her own struggle with endometriosis and recurrent pregnancy loss to help others.
Common stumbling block for people trying to conceive
Endometriosis has major impact on a woman’s fertility e.g. egg quality, egg quantity, implantation, fetus development
Misconception about fertility
Periods aren’t supposed to be painful.
Pregnancy cures endometriosis.
Endometriosis can affect many parts of the body.
Birth control pills and hormonal medications only cause temporary relief from endometriosis.
What is one thing that people can do to improve their outcome?
Seek an endometriosis excision specialist
Consider egg freezing
Mental, emotional or environmental factors that impact fertility
- Talk to a counselor or seek out a support group
- Gluten and dairy free diet
If you have a sister experiencing fertility issues, how would you advise her?
If based on your own research, you think you might have endometriosis, go to an endometriosis excision specialist immediately.
Endometropolis – resource to find endometriosis excision specialist -
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