Has anyone experienced a miscarriage due to Andemetriosis?

We had a perfect baby detach at 16 weeks and later discovered that I have this condition (with no pain or other indicators).

If this condition can prevent a pregnancy due to the 'hostile' environment that Andemetriosis causes, what of the 'environment' once pregnancy occurs?
I understand that the Progesterone that is created due to pregnancy is enough to prevent this condition, but not enough to rid oneself of it.

Apparently hormone drugs that reduce estrogen can do this (as a medication solution vs. surgical one).

Can anyone confirm or deny any or all of these theories?
Is there anything written or published?

Many thanks for this...
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