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Getting Pregnant With Endometriosis: Is It Possible?

Updated: Jun 6, 2022


*This event is FREE. So, please help us reach a full house and raise Endometriosis awareness. Share the event with as many people as you can. 🙌🏼🤝


Raising awareness is all about encouraging communication, especially in breaking down the silence and stigma that surround infertility issues. World Infertility Awareness Month is celebrated every June to increase awareness regarding numerous infertility issues faced by couples across the globe. It is no secret that Endometriosis can cause fertility problems in women who have the condition. Endometriosis affects about 10 percent of the female population, with up to half of all infertile women suffering from it.

So, what are the chances then? And what are the options?

This session will uncover the facts and hopefully assist you in coming to grips with the issue.

Please be informed that this event is focusing on the options and chances of conceiving with Endometriosis so to make this session easier to follow through, please come with a good understanding of Endometriosis. Should you require assistance or a recap on understanding the fundamentals of Endometriosis, please watch the previous talk where Doctor Ma Li; an Endometriosis Specialist, has extensively presented. Herewith is the link to the talk:


It is truly an honor to have Professor Jerry Chan Kok Yen, Director of SingHealth Duke-NUS, Maternal & Child Health Institute, as the speaker who holds a string of accolades, particularly in reproductive medicine in areas such as fertility preservation, development of novel ovarian reserve biomarkers, and delineating the pathogenesis of Endometriosis through the application of tissue engineering principles and biosensing technologies. Be blown away by Professor Jerry Chan’s achievements & research here:

See you there!


Namira Mohamad Marsudi


E for Endometriosis


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