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  1. Coping with Endometriosis by Lyle J. Breitkopf, Marion Gordon Bakoulis, 1988-08-11
  2. Modern Approaches to Endometriosis
  3. Recent advances in endometriosis: Proceedings of a symposium, Augusta, Georgia, March 5-6, 1975 (International congress series)
  4. Understanding and Managing Endometriosis: Advances in Research and Practice: The Proceedings of the 6th World Congress o
  5. Endometriosis by M.D. - Emery A. Wilson, 1987
  6. Endometriosis (The Library of Sexual Health) by Stephanie Watson, 2006-08-31
  7. MANAGING ENDOMETRIOSIS Strategies to minimize pain and damage (Postgraduate Medicine) by MD Timothy P. Canavan, MD Lee Radosh, 2010-06-09
  8. My Physician Guide to Endometriosis:What You Need to Know for a Pain-Free Life!
  9. Endometriosis: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatments (Obstetrics and Gynecology Advances)
  10. Endometriosis: Current Management and Future Trends by Juan A Garcia-Velasco, et all 2009-09-30
  11. Endometriosis: A Holistic Healing Guide by Tammy Majchrzak, 2005-08-23
  12. 51 Tips for Dealing with Endometriosis by, 2010-03-29
  13. Women affected by endometriosis by Veronica Prampolini, 2010-09-09
  14. The Endometriosis Answer Book: The First Complete Medical Guide to One of the Most Urgent Health Problems Facing Women Today by Niels LauersenMD, Constance DeSwain, 1988

101. Endometriosis Awareness - Endometriosis Symptoms Treatments Diagnosis
endometriosis is a painful disease affecting over five million girls and womenin the United States. Find out what the symptoms of endometriosis are,
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102. Center For Applied Reproductive Science
Comprehensive reproductive medicine resource for male infertility, female infertility, IVF, ICSI, tubal sterilization reversal, PCOS, and endometriosis. Extensive collection of educational materials in the C.A.R.S. Learning Center. Sam Thatcher MD, PhD director.
" move from infertility to a successful pregnancy
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THE LEARNING CENTER We are very proud to offer this service for our patients, our prospective patients, and the Internet community at large. In The Learning Center you will find a variety of educational resources to help you navigate the maze of reproductive medicine. Take me there.
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is an important component of the comprehensive care provided at C.A.R.S. Meet our patient advocate. Preconception Counseling - It's where to start. Testimonials - Read what our patients say about us. Satellite Offices - Help might be closer than you think. Visit our satellite offices in Chatanooga, Raleigh, and Roanoke. This site last updated on August 30, 2005

103. Endometriosis Treatment By Dr. David Redwine - Research, Articles, Resources
endometriosis treatment by Dr. David Redwine at St. Charles Medical Center.Our internationally recognized endometriosis research, treatment approach and
If Your Doctors Says Hysterectomy is Your Only Choice, Read This First At the St. Charles Endometriosis Treatment Program we are interested in your pain and we can help you find an answer. As one of the world’s leading experts in the treatment of endometriosis, Dr. David Redwine has spent more than 25 years helping women from around the globe. We hope you find the information about Dr. Redwine’s internationally recognized research, effective treatment approach and successful long-term outcomes helpful in your search for relief from the physical and emotional pain of endometriosis.
Surgical Management of Endometriosis
by David Redwine, MD
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104. The Southeastern Center For Fertility And Reproductive Surgery
A center for infertility care, IVF, tubal reversal, endometriosis, and hormonal disorders. Located in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Welcome to the Southeastern Fertility Center's Home Page The Southeastern Fertility Center is proud to offer this site as an information resource for couples coping with the difficulties of infertility. Just as our center provides the most advanced treatment for our patients, this site will provide the most recent and accurate medical information concerning infertility and reproductive surgery. Located in Knoxville, Tennessee, the Southeastern Fertility Center specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of male and female infertility problems. Under the direction of Jeffrey A. Keenan M.D., F.A.C.O.G. , our patients receive the highest quality medical care available in the region. Dr. Keenan is one of the most experienced and respected specialists in infertility and reproductive medicine and surgery. This site will be updated on a regular basis to ensure that visitors are receiving only up to date information. If you wish to schedule an appointment at the Southeastern Fertility Center or have questions, please call or use our email link.
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105. Endometriosis
Breitkopf, Lyle J. Coping With endometriosis. Prentice Hall, 1988. endometriosis. In Novak s Gynecology. 12th ed. Ed. Jonathan S. Berek, et al.

106. You Are Being Redirected
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107. When Life Is A Pain: The Facts On Endometriosis When Life is a Pain The Facts on endometriosis.
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By Carma Haley
Endometriosis affects approximately one in every 20 women in the United States, according to the National Organization of Obstetric and Gynecologic Medicine. As the condition of endometriosis can cause extreme discomfort, these women live with repeated cycles of pain that affect their every day lives, their time with their families, their jobs and even their ability to conceive a child. What is endometriosis? Why is it so painful and how does it affect a woman's ability to have a child? These answers are not simple ones, but to women who suffer from endometriosis and it's complications these answers are needed so desperately, it pains the heart as well. According to Dr. David Michael, faculty specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Chicago, Ill., endometriosis is "the presence of functioning endometrial glands (the glands that normally line the uterus which produce tissue that prepare the uterus for conception) that occurs outside the uterine cavity. These glands can be located anywhere inside the abdominal cavity or attached to the organs within." The areas inside the abdominal cavity that can be affected by endometriosis include the abdominal wall, kidneys, ovaries, bladder, fallopian tubes, the outside of the uterus itself or even the areas in-between these organs, which are referred to as "cul-de-sacs."

108. Martin Center For Women's Health And Fertility
Dr. Dan Martin and the staff provide treatment for infertility, outpatient microsurgical tubal anastomosis for reversal of sterilization, fertility surgery, endometriosis, abnormal bleeding and alternatives to hysterectomy.
Martin Center
6215 Humphreys Boulevard, Suite 400, Memphis, Tennessee
Phone (901) 751-0300, Fax (901) 751-9977

Dan C. Martin, MD
Martin Center For Women's Health and Fertility
6215 Humphreys Boulevard
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Memphis, TN 38120
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Nothing is more personal than working with women to help them create or expand their family. It requires a doctor who not only provides a superior level of skill and the utmost of experience, but who also understands your fears and concerns. A doctor you’ll feel comfortable sharing your feelings with. A doctor who, from day one, will establish a relationship based on trust, care, and respect. These wonderful attributes became the passionate pursuit of Dr. Martin while attending the Emory University School of Medicine and while teaching students at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, the University of Tennessee and at seminars across the United States and around the world. Today, over three decades later, they remain the very foundations of his practice. Dr. Dan Martin

109. Antidote For Endometriosis
endometriosis Cured or Greatly Improved in most of the Cases Dr. Lee Has Treatedwith progesterone.

110. Giving Endometriosis A Face
Aims to letting the world know that real women with real lives suffer from endometriosis and to provide support to the those who suffer in silence.
Who has Endo?
We do!!
The women who have endometriosis are not just anonymous people told about only in statistics, nor are we women who look sick. Women with endo look like anyone else. To read our stories, to see our pictures, visit our web pages, and in some cases, to read our poetry, please click on our names. *done in hopes of shortening the load time for this page*
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Picture and more! Tricia (me) Heather #2 (TisHeather) Debbie Karen Jenny Carey ... Annie (Idenco) Annette (MnMAnnie) Just her story Elizabeth Fluff Other links of relavent interest John's MENDO site (for Men who love women with endo) Endometriosis ... Center for Endometriosis Care (formerly the ECC) Do you suffer from endometriosis? Would you like to submit your picture and story to this site in an effort to educate the masses? If you would, please read the guidelines page . If you do not already belong to an endo support group, or if you would like to join another one, please please please check out the newsgroup via your system newsreader. If you don't have a newsreader, you can click here . That group has been one of the best things that has ever happened to me, I don't know where I'd be without those wonderful ladies. Is your story on this page? Are you willing to give us an update? Send a

111. How I Won The Battle Against Endometriosis By Dr. Angela Chase
Information about symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. Monthly email newsletter.
About the Book "This is a must have book if you are in any stage of Endometriosis or are just the type that enjoys an uplifting and motivationg story about the human will to defeat the odds. It will have you in tears one moment and on the edge of your seat the next as author Dr. Angela Chase tells about her own personal battle and reveals how she triumphed over this terrifying condition. "
The common approaches to combating endometriosis are discussed. A variety of symptoms may point to endometriosis. How can your doctor tell if endometriosis is the source of your pain? The possible sources of endometriosis are explored. See what experts say about endometriosis.

112. AllRefer Health - Endometriosis
endometriosis information center covers causes, prevention, symptoms, diagnosis,treatment, incidence, risk factors, signs, tests, support groups,

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Definition Endometriosis is a condition in which the tissue that normally lines the uterus (endometrium) grows in other areas of the body, causing pain, irregular bleeding , and frequently infertility The tissue growth typically occurs in the pelvic area, outside of the uterus, on the ovaries, bowel, rectum, bladder, and the delicate lining of the pelvis, but it can occur in other areas of the body as well.
Pelvic Laparoscopy
Abnormal Menstrual Periods The cause of endometriosis is unknown. However, a number of theories have been proposed. The retrograde-menstruation theory proposes that endometrial cells (loosened during menstruation) may "back up" through the fallopian tubes into the pelvis, where they implant and grow in the pelvic and/or abdominal cavities.

113. Reproductive Endocrinology And Infertility Program
Provides evaluation and treatment of infertility and reproductive problems including endometriosis and ovulatory disorders. Located at Stanford University.
A Division of Stanford Health Services
Welcome to the REI Home Page
Here you'll find information about our program: what services we provide, who works here how to contact us , and how to get here . This site also offers links to some technical information on reproductive health, both at our site and elsewhere on the web
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The Stanford Health Services (SHS) Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) Division in the Stanford Clinics offers a wide variety of diagnostic services and state-of-the-art therapeutic options for couples with infertility and for women with problems of the reproductive system. The SHS REI Division is comprised of subspecialized, trained faculty physicians; experienced nurse coordinators; and a leading team of laboratory personnel with experience in andrology and the new reproductive technologies. Common diagnoses that are evaluated and treated in the Division include but are not limited to: Infertility (male, female, combined, unexplained)

Uterine fibroids

Problems with ovulation ( anovulation, polycystic ovarian syndrome, premature ovarian failure

114. AllRefer Health - Endometriosis (Pictures, Images, Photos, Diagrams, & Illustrat
endometriosis is the condition in which the tissue that normally lines theuterus (endometrium) grows on other areas of the body causing pain and irregular

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Endometriosis is the condition in which the tissue that normally lines the uterus (endometrium) grows on other areas of the body causing pain and irregular bleeding. Related Images Abnormal Menstrual Periods
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115. Endometriosis - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
endometriosis is a common medical condition where the tissue lining the uterus A major symptom of endometriosis is pain, mostly in the lower abdomen,
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Endometriosis is a common medical condition where the tissue lining the uterus (the endometrium , from endo , "inside", and metrium , "mother") is found outside of the uterus, typically affecting other organs in the pelvis. The condition can lead to serious health problems, primarily pain and infertility. Endometriosis primarily develops in women of the reproductive age.
A major symptom of endometriosis is pain, mostly in the lower abdomen, lower back, and pelvic area. The amount of pain a woman feels is not necessarily related to the extent of endometriosis. Some women will have little or no pain despite having extensive endometriosis affecting large areas or endometriosis with scarring. On the other hand, women may have severe pain even though they have only a few small areas of endometriosis. Symptoms of endometriosis can include (but are not limited to):
  • Painful, sometimes disabling menstrual cramps (

116. IVF In Michigan: Infertility And Endometriosis Clinic In Grand Rapids Michigan.
Specializing as an infertility and endometriosis clinic in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
IVF in Michigan: infertility and endometriosis clinic in Grand Rapids Michigan. We provide some of the best infertility medical care available in the Grand Rapids area of West Michigan. Board Certified in Reproductive Endocrinology and Obstetrics and Gynecology
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Grand Rapids Fertility is a free standing Infertility and IVF program dedicated to providing personal and compassionate care to infertile couples and women with reproductive endocrine disorders. We treat all male and female causes of infertility: anovulation, sperm issues, endometriosis , tubal disease, recurrent miscarriage and unexplained infertility. Founded by Dr. Robert Visccher and Blodgett Hospital in 1982, the program was the first successful IVF program in Michigan (1983) Dr. Douglas Daly became the medical director in 1990 and has guided the programs development and transition into a free standing, full service program. In addition to IVF the expanded services include GIFT (delivery 1991), Cryo embryo storage (delivery 1992), Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection - ICSI (pregnancy 1993 - delivery 1994), Oocyte Donor (delivery 1993), Carrier Pregnancy (pregnancy 1995). Since 1998, when we formally separated from Blodgett/Spectrum Health, we have run a successful Embryo Adoption Program. Our facility follows the tenants of Right to Life and does not destroy embryos. Two embryologists, David Mayo MT (1982 to date and Bethany Sprague (2001 to date) provide the IVF lab expertise.

117. Best Treatments :: Access Denied
endometriosis can be painful and you may also have difficulty getting pregnant.We ve brought together the best research about endometriosis and weighed up
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118. Endometriosis Info, Treatment Ratings
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119. Endometriosis - Adenomyosis - Information Page With HONselect
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Endometriosis Definition: A condition in which functional endometrial tissue is present outside the UTERUS . It is often confined to the PELVIS involving the OVARY , the ligaments, cul-de-sac, and the uterovesical peritoneum.
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120. Endometriosis - Symptoms And Treatment Including Surgery
Fact sheet on causes, symptoms and treatment of endometriosis. Can also be downloaded in Acrobat format.
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Many women experience painful periods. In a minority of cases, this can be caused by endometriosis, a condition in which small pieces of the endometrium (womb lining) grow outside the womb. Endometriosis occurs in 1-15% of women of childbearing age. In many women it causes no symptoms, but in others it can cause severe pain and may reduce the chances of becoming pregnant.
What is endometriosis?
During the menstrual cycle the lining of the uterus (womb), known as the endometrium, gradually thickens and fills with blood as it prepares for the arrival of a fertilised egg. If the egg is not fertilised, the uterus lining breaks down and is lost as the monthly period. Sometimes small pieces of endometrium grow on organs outside the uterus. This is called endometriosis. The endometriosis goes through the same monthly changes as the uterus lining; sometimes swelling and bleeding into the body cavity, which can cause inflammation and pain. Rubbery bands of scar tissue, called adhesions, may form. These can attach organs and tissues together and affect surrounding organs.

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