This paper identifies some of the latest information about the possible causes, diagnosis, surgeries, and current treatment options for endometriosis. This paper should give a general understanding about this disorder, which affects a woman's reproductive and immune system, causing painful growths, bleeding, and often infertility. In addition to the latest research on treatment of endometriosis, some of the psychological and emotional concerns brought on by its diagnosis are addressed. Most of the treatments available for this enigma called endometriosis are still being researched, yet may women ponder and struggle with the thought of why the results for their treatments for endometriosis still remain mysteriously unpredictable.
A few months into my engagement, my fiancée sat me down and had one of those "are you still sure" talks with me. The subject of this conversation was a disease that she has, called Endometriosis. "End-of-your-big-toe-is" I said. "What the heck is that?" She continued on describing to me what it is and the problems associated with this disease. Thus far in our relationship, not once had I ever noticed any of these problems described. She then told me about a drug she was prescribed that basically put her through menopause temporarily. After it wears off, her problems and symptoms would return. So since that time, I have been learning about endometriosis and how it is treated. Since the cause of endometriosis has not been found, the treatments varied from special diets to surgery. Women who suffer from endometriosis know that there is no cure and this psychologically effects them. Most of the treatments available for this enigma called endometriosis are still being research!.
ed, yet women may ponder and struggle with the thought of why the results for their treatments for endometriosis still remain mysteriously unpredictable.
Endometriosis is a disease affecting an estimated 77 million women and teens worldwide.