I have endometriosis and recurrent miscarriages. What are my options?

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Nidda recently sent a question in to The Egg Whisperer. She is 32, and has endometriosis and has had recurrent miscarriage. Here's what she asks, "I'm going to read what she shared. Hi, I have endometriosis and recurrent miscarriages. I've had five. My endometriosis was diagnosed in 2017 with an open surgery. I tried naturally for one year. Both tubes were shown open, but no pregnancy.

I started IVF in 2018, six embryos, one day three transfer, and the rest day five blasts were frozen. I got pregnant four times. The heartbeat was seen in two of them. And my second IVF in 2021 with one, two day frozen transfer and one, three day frozen. I became pregnant for the fifth time, but miscarried pathology data for our last pregnancy showed normal fetus no data from the placenta normal sperm analysis, DNA frag laparoscopy in 2020 endo removed uterus hysteroscopy done in normal. I've tried prednisone your lipids heparin on my last pregnancy.

And PGT is just not an option due to regular, recurrent miscarriage. Blood tests and chromosomal issues in both me and the sperm provider were tested and normal. We have one frozen embryo left. What options do we have?"

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