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Every woman should know basic information about most fertile time for pregnancy.  You should also know about your accurate ovulation time if you are trying to get pregnant. Every month, an egg matures in women’s ovary. When it reach to a certain size, it releases from the ovary and move in fallopian tube on the way to the uterus. It is not certain that which ovary releases egg. Thus, Ovulation is the process that releases eggs from a woman's ovaries.

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Fouad Posted: Monday, December 23, 2013 3:53:37 PM(UTC)
It sounds like nularatly, you are more likely to be infertile since both sides are affected, though it's not impossible for the other ovary; it's just less likely, which is why the doctors are suggesting medications to help repair the endometriosis and potentially other problems. Ask your docs for a more easily understandable explanation of your particular chances and do what you feel is best for you healthwise. This should not affect your marriage as long as you communicate openly with your partner, and also sex should not be an issue once you are recovered. The site below may answer more questions, but mainly I would ask the doc for a detailed explanation of what is happening and why they are making the suggestions they are. Good luck, and my best wishes for your family's future.
meenakshi Posted: Thursday, November 8, 2012 1:18:02 PM(UTC)
i had period on 10 sep. before my next period how could i know i m pregnant?