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What Is an endometriosis Excision?

A: endometriosis is a common cause of pelvic pain, cramping, and general discomfort in women. The condition occurs when uterine-like cells grow elsewhere in the body, such as the ovaries or rectum. endometriosis excision is a surgery sometimes indicated to remove the cells, as they can become irritated and inflamed during menstruation and cause a number of uncomfortable symptoms. Many cases of endometriosis can be controlled with medications and hormone replacement therapy, though a severe or persistent problem may require surgery. endometriosis excision surgery is a highly effective, safe procedure that provides many patients with permanent symptom relief. Before...


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What Can You Tell Me About Stage Four endometriosis?

A: endometriosis Is a rare but fairly serious condition that affects individual skin cells, as it is only stage 4 i wouldn''t be to worried. Stage four endometriosis is severe. By stage 4 you will be experiencing pain and will have deep scar tissue. Sometimes surgery can help get rid of some of the scarring and will eliminate some of the pain. In stage four, the growth of endometrial tissue affects most organs in the pelvic area. Pelvic pain is common as is infertility. Treatment generally includes anti-inflammatory drugs to control pain and oral contraceptives to reduce tissue growth. If medical management doesn''t relieve symptoms, your doctor may recommend surgery. Stage four is most severe stage of

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My girlfriend had endometriosis, I'm worried i might of had a reaction from it..?

A: boy you are STUPID you have internet because you are on this site now make yourself proud and go to google and type endometriosis read on it If you don''t want her to throw you to the curb you better not mention this ? to her You cannot "get it" from your partner. It is not a sexually transmitted disease. There is zero chance you would ever be affected by it. However, the small white hard bumps are describing don''t sound like a good sign. It sounds like it could be herpes. If you have been faithful then you may have either gotten it from an old partner (sometimes symptoms don''t show up for quite a while) or your current partner gave it to you. Either way, it is not the endometriosis that caused the...


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Is this endometriosis?..confused..?

A: endometriosis symptoms are; Pain is the most common symptom experienced by women with endometriosis. It may occur in any of the following forms: Period pain - immediately before and during the period Pain during or after sex Abdominal, back and/or pelvic pain Pain with opening bowels, passing wind or urinating Ovulation pain, including thigh or leg pain Bleeding Heavy bleeding, with or without clots Irregular bleeding with or without a regular cycle Prolonged bleeding Premenstrual spotting Other symptoms may include: Bowel or bladder symptoms, including bleeding from bladder or bowel Irregular bowel habits e.g. constipation,...


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What Can You Tell Me About Stage Four endometriosis?

A: endometriosis Is a rare but fairly serious condition that affects individual skin cells, as it is only stage 4 i wouldn''t be to worried. Stage four endometriosis is severe. By stage 4 you will be experiencing pain and will have deep scar tissue. Sometimes surgery can help get rid of some of the scarring and will eliminate some of the pain. In stage four, the growth of endometrial tissue affects most organs in the pelvic area. Pelvic pain is common as is infertility. Treatment generally includes anti-inflammatory drugs to control pain and oral contraceptives to reduce tissue growth. If medical management doesn''t relieve symptoms, your doctor may recommend surgery. Stage four is most severe stage of

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What Are the Pros and Cons of Surgery for endometriosis?

A: The decision about whether to have surgery for endometriosis is difficult. Surgery can eliminate symptoms of endometriosis, however it can also lead to further pain, constipation, a feeling of having to urinate, and infertility. It is also possible that one surgery will not fix the problem, and additional surgeries will be necessary to find relief. It is estimated that as many as five million women suffer from endometriosis in the United States alone. endometriosis occurs when uterine tissue develops outside of the uterus and attaches to other internal organs. The uterine tissue bleeds during the woman''s menstrual cycle, but this blood has no way to exit the body....


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endometriosis

A: Hello again Silvia, Thank you for your question.   To quote Dr. Carolyn Dean. "Stress definitely has a role in endometriosis, as do most chronic diseases, but let"s go back to the basics. endometriosis, in the simplest possible terms, is tissue from the uterine lining growing where it shouldn"t. During healthy menstruation, women shed their endometrial lining, or the endometrium, each month. The material is expelled from the body as part of the monthly menstruation. While many women would probably like to bypass this inconvenient and sometimes painful monthly routine, it is the key to life itself. However, in the 5.5 million North American women with endometriosis, cells from the uterine lining have...


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endometriosis, Hysterectomy, and Help

A: Dear Corey     Boy, I have been asked this question very often lately. I have heard from several women who have the same symptoms after a hysterectomy. I have also read where endo can remain present, even after a hysterectomy and even invade other areas of your body, like the lungs.     I researched a brief article from Mayo Clinic and found the following: Although uncommon, endometriosis can recur after removal of the uterus and both ovaries (hysterectomy with oophorectomy), if you"re taking estrogen therapy. endometriosis is a painful condition in which a type of tissue that normally lines your uterus becomes implanted outside your uterus, most often on your fallopian...
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What Is endometriosis?

A: Tissue usually sloughed off during menstruation deposits on the outside of the ovaries, tubes, and uterus. There is no know cure, but hormone medicines and birth control bills and even pregnancy have been known to alleviate pain caused when the tissue builed up. endometriosis is a condition in which the uterine lining grows on other parts of the body (typically in the pelvic area). This can cause pain, irregular bleeding/menstrual cycles, and fertility problems. endometriosis is treatable, you should talk to your doctor about what might help your condition. endometriosis is a condition in females where endrometrial cells, typically found in the uterine cavity, are deposited in inappropriate locations. These cells...


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What Is endometriosis?

A: Tissue usually sloughed off during menstruation deposits on the outside of the ovaries, tubes, and uterus. There is no know cure, but hormone medicines and birth control bills and even pregnancy have been known to alleviate pain caused when the tissue builed up. endometriosis is a condition in which the uterine lining grows on other parts of the body (typically in the pelvic area). This can cause pain, irregular bleeding/menstrual cycles, and fertility problems. endometriosis is treatable, you should talk to your doctor about what might help your condition. endometriosis is a condition in females where endrometrial cells, typically found in the uterine cavity, are deposited in inappropriate locations. These cells...


 
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