So What Exactly is Endometriosis?
Endometriosis is a medical condition where the uterus lining - normally inside the uterus - develops on the outside of the uterus.
couse, anytime our body develops in a way
to, there are usually health complications ... sometimes
In the case of endometriosis, the health conditions are usually related to other pelvic organs and cause
pain and even infertility.
most commonly occurs on the outside of the uterus, but can
also be located in the bladder, fallopian tubes, intestines
spread to the vagina or cervix and has even been known
to develop in other areas of the body, including the lungs.
you are not alone because...
between 2% and 10% of the female population - without
regard to ethnicity or socio-economic background...
those affected, 1 in 3, tragically, is infertile. There is
Although women of any reproductive age (from the first period to menopause) can develop it, endometriosis typically affects women between the ages 20 to 30.
After menopause, endometriosis diminishes or disappears.
The Most Common Problem Associated
with Endometriosis is ... Pain
who suffer from endometriosis often experience pain - lots
and lots of pain.
Although there are many reasons for pain to be present, one of the primary sources of pain is menstruation.
because the Endometrial tissue that has built up on the outside
of the uterus (or other organs) reacts to the hormone
changes associated with menstruation.
The reaction to the tissue outside the uterus is the same as the natural and proper reaction of the Endometrial tissue on the inside: it bleeds off during menstruation.
However, since it is outside the uterus, it bleeds off into the body, causing inflammation, swelling, and discomfort.
not the only source of pain for Endometriosis sufferers, it
is one of the main causes..
What's the Best Way to Reduce or Eliminate
The Pain Caused by Endometriosis?
USED to be that risky surgery or hormone treatments
were a woman's only options ... but not anymore!
Now there are a number of all-natural
treatments available that have proven to be effective in reducing
and even eliminating the symptoms associated with endometriosis.
In fact, a high percentage of health care practitioners are now recommending natural
treatments and nutritional and wellness lifestyle changes as the first line of attack again endometriosis.
But of all the natural methods that are out there, how do you decide which ones to use?
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