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How Do I Tell the Difference Between PCOS and endometriosis?

A: There are many differences between endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). One of the main differences is the part of the body that is involved. endometriosis is basically a condition in which the type of tissue that normally lines a woman’s uterus is found outside of the uterus; this often causes pain, infertility, and heavy bleeding. PCOS, on the other hand, primarily affects a woman’s ovaries. It is marked by multiple cysts in a woman’s ovaries and a range of other symptoms, including infertility, acne, weight gain, and irregular periods.. A person may be confused about the difference between PCOS and endometriosis because the conditions are similar in a number of important...


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What Are the Best Tips for endometriosis Relief?

A: endometriosis is a female reproductive condition. When a woman has endometriosis, the endometrial tissue which generally lines the uterus grows outside of its normal capacity and into other areas such as the ovaries, fallopian tubes, pelvic lining and abdominal areas such as the bladder and intestines. This condition can cause extreme pain, menstrual problems and infertility issues which may lead many women to seek some type of endometriosis relief. Medications are generally used as a first option for endometriosis pain relief. When adequate relief is not obtained through medications, surgery may be performed to obtain a cure for endometriosis as well as hormone...


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Any cure for endometriosis? or home remedies?

A: Home Remedies for endometriosis Home remedies for endometriosis are very effective. Below is a long list of various home remedies and natural cures for endometriosis: Nausea is a common symptom associated with endometriosis. To ease nausea, you can drink a cup of ginger tea. Place an ice pack on your abdomen to relieve the symptoms of endometriosis. Drink plenty of fruits juices and vegetable juices to treat endometriosis.Natural herbs such as dandelion, rosemary and milk thistle are useful for curing endometriosis. These herbs are useful for restoring hormonal level and bile bowel...
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symptoms of endo?

A: Dear Amy: Thank you so much for writing.  I am sorry for what you have been enduring.  I am particularly sorry for your recent pregnancy losses. The only way to know for sure if you have endometriosis is by surgical diagnosis in which biopsies can be taken and histology confirmed.  The good news is, the disease can also be removed at the same time, during the same procedure (typically a laparoscopy, which is minimally invasive and confers much less healing time than a traditional open surgery like the laparotomy). However, a diagnosis can be suspected based on symptoms.  Any pain is a sign that something is wrong, particularly pelvic pain - of which endometriosis is a leading cause....
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What Are the Pros and Cons of Hysterectomy for endometriosis?

A: A hysterectomy for endometriosis is often a personal decision between a patient and her doctor. For some, the procedure may result in a renewed zest for life because debilitating pain from the condition is eliminated. For others, menopausal symptoms are bothersome and surgery risks may pose additional problems for the patient. Once a woman''s reproductive organs are removed, she will no longer be able to have children. For this reason, hysterectomy for endometriosis is usually a last resort. The pain and suffering caused by endometriosis can be excruciating. Women with the disease may experience it at varying degrees. Some also experience pain during intercourse and find that their...


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endometriosis and Chance of Having Children

A: Dear Naomi: Thanks so much for writing!  So sorry to learn about what you"ve been enduring. You wrote: >[I] was diagnosed with endometriosis about a year and a half ago. >>I still haven?t gotten a laparoscopy.> Unfortunately, ultrasound and other diagnostic approaches (including the "we"ll try this medication and if the pain responds, then it"s Endo" approach!) do not diagnose endometriosis.  They can lead the doctor to suspect the disease, combined with the patient"s symptoms, but the diagnosis is still uncertain until actual surgical biopsies are taking during laparoscopy (whereupon the disease can also sometimes be visualized, and more importantly, removed at the same time)....
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How Effective Is Laparoscopic Surgery for endometriosis?

A: Laparoscopic surgery is the most common procedure performed to diagnose endometriosis and remove endometrial cysts—noncancerous masses that contains particles of endometrial tissue. Depending on the patient and the severity of her endometriosis, laparoscopic surgery can be an extremely effective treatment. The surgery is minimally invasive and usually performed on an out-patient basis. Patients often experience immediate relief from pain, and in many cases, increased fertility is possible. Results from the surgery can be permanent, but many women do experience recurrences and require further treatment. During laparoscopic surgery for endometriosis, a small incision is made at the base of the naval. The...


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What Is the Connection Between Fibroids and endometriosis?

A: Fibroids and endometriosis are medical conditions that can co-exist in the same patient or occur independent of each other. When the two conditions are present at the same time, they can be the cause of the patient`s complaints of menstrual irregularities and pain or pressure in the pelvic region. Approximately 15 percent of patients diagnosed with endometriosis also have fibroids or another medical condition affecting the female reproductive organs.. Both fibroids and endometriosis have certain characteristics in common. These conditions are most commonly diagnosed in women of childbearing years. Each one has the potential to interfere with, or even prevent, a woman`s ability to conceive and carry a pregnancy to...


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How Does Clomid Affect endometriosis?

A: Clomid stimulates the release of hormones necessary for ovulation to occur and is mainly used for treating female infertility. Do not take Clomid without first talking to your doctor if you have endometriosis as you may require a lower dose or special monitoring if you have these conditions. clomid increases oestrogen which stimulates endometriosis to grow and become worse.Clomid may be used with care to aid fertility in women with mild endometriosis but will only be given for a limited time and with full informed consent that the endometriosis may worsen and serious complications could occur.Clomid will certainly not help relieve symptoms of

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possible endometriosis with pcos?

A: Treatment of PCOS and endometriosis: Medical treatment and management in PCOS is directed toward correcting metabolic irregularities, anovulation, hirsutism, and menstrual irregularity. For example, only after 4-12 weeks of dietary restriction and moderate exercising, patients with PCOS exhibited marked improvement in their endocrine and metabolic markers. Metformin (Glucophage) is an antidiabetic medication that has been shown to improve insulin resistance and decrease hyperinsulinemia and cause an 8-fold increase in ovulation. (9) Patients with PCOS who are infertile but desire pregnancy should be referred to a reproductive endocrinologist for further evaluation, workups and treatment of infertility. To top Oral Contraceptive Pills and Antiandrogens,...
 
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