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what what are the symptoms of endometriosis?

A: symptoms could include: Pain Abdominal Pain Pelvic Pain Low Back Pain Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding Lower Abdominal Pain Painful Menstruation Pain With Intercourse Menstrual Irregularity Menstrual Spotting Abdominal Cramps Heavy Menstrual Period Infertility Depression Fatigue Headache Back Pain Nausea Vomiting Gas Dizziness Tired Vaginal Bleeding General Weakness Fertility Problem Muscle Pain Malaise Abdominal Bloating Depressed Mood Pain With Bowel Movement Abdominal Distension, Gaseous...
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what are The symptoms of endometriosis?

A: The symptoms of endometriosis vary. By this I mean, there are a lot, and also it affects women in different ways. For some the symtpoms may be extreme and for others they may be non-existant but they still suffer from the disease. The main symptoms include; Severe period pain Back pain Leg pain Pelvic pain Pain during and after sex Heavy and/or irregular bleeding Bowel problems (constipation/diarrhoea/spasming) Nausea Fatigue Pain when urinating Some psychological problems Bleeding from the rectum Infertility Some of these symptoms may only occur before and during the period, but for others it may be a constant battle. The extent
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symptoms of endometriosis cyst

A: Hi again Wallaa     I did not have the burning sensation all the time, just occasionally thru the month.     Usually, doctors will remove cysts, especially with endo. But like I said, sometimes doctors will use hormones (birth control pills) to help shrink these growths. I had a cyst and endo on my left ovary and  my doctor removed the cyst and took out 1/4 of my ovary that had severe endo on it.     It isn"t horribly dangerous that your doctor doesn"t take out the cyst...but it would be a good idea to keep an eye on it.     Don"t worry yourself about it...maybe get a second opinion from a specialist. These doctors usually come under the title of...
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symptoms of endometriosis?

A: search endometriosis on wikipedia, they have an almost complete list of symptoms for endo. once you have checked that out visit centerforendo.com, this is a clinic in atlanta, ga that specializes in endo and they have a lot if info regarding how it can treated along with areas that endo can affect. CEC also has free consultation over the phone, once you have visited your gyno request a copy of your file and follow the procedureson their website to submit them to the clinic, the doctor himself, not a nurse, will call you and tell you what in more detail what is going on. most gynos have limited knowledge in regards to the understand

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what are the Different Kinds of Endometriosis Treatments?

A: Some different kinds of endometriosis treatments include anti-inflammatory medicine, hormone treatment, and, in some cases, surgery. Unlike many other conditions, Endometriosis treatments usually focus on reducing the symptoms to a level that is comfortable rather than trying to solve the health condition altogether. There are also alternative treatments for endometriosis, including yoga, although the medical benefits of these are yet to be proven. For mild symptoms of endometriosis, pain-relief medicine may be used. To begin with, a doctor may recommend non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibupr

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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. It remains inside, leading...


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what are the Reasons for Having Cramps After a Period?

A: Menstrual cramps that occur after a period ends or in women who have already gone through menopause can be caused by a number of medical conditions related to the reproductive organs, including endometriosis, mittelschmerz, and recent insertion of an intrauterine device. Usually, menstrual cramps present with pain in the abdomen and pelvis. This pain can also radiate down the lower back and even into the thighs. Menstrual cramps are a common side effect of menstruation and generally show up on the day a woman starts her period and can last for just a few days or until her menstrual cycle ends. In spite of this, however, even women who normally have consistent cycles...


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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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what is the difference between the symptoms of fibromyalgia and multiple schlerosis?

A: 30 Jul 2011 First and foremost, always remember that the feedback offered here should not take the place of your doctor(s). MS and I have been "friends" since 1995. The diagnosis of this disease has improved since then. The two meds that you have mentioned are not on my list of current medication. Neurontin seems like a good choice to relieve the numbness and tingling. Not sure that I agree with the Flexeril for spasms though. I suggest that you : -see an endocrinologist to check for diabetes -have MRI''s of your brain/c-spine (with/without contrast) to look for lesions -ask your doctor to test for Lime Many diseases sh

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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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