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  1. 51 Tips for Living with Endometriosis
  2. Depot medroxyprogesterone looks safe, helpful for endometriosis pain.(Women's Health): An article from: Family Practice News by Robert Finn, 2005-03-01
  3. 33 Secret Tips To Tackle Endometriosis Your Doctor Never Told You! by Editorial Team Of, 2010-07-20
  4. New drug is approved for endometriosis pain: depo subQ provera 104 is as effective as leuprolide acetate but is associated with fewer adverse effects.(News): An article from: Internal Medicine News by Michele G. Sullivan, 2005-05-01
  5. Endometriosis: One Woman's Journey by Jennifer Marie Lewis, 1998-03
  6. 51 Tips for Dealing with Endometriosis by Sarah Codack, 2008-09-14
  7. 51 Tips for Dealing with Endometriosis - Find all these tips and more! Start making your life easier today!
  8. Endometriosis Natural Treatment Program: A Complete Self-Help Plan for an Improvement in Your Health and Well-Being by Valerie Worwood, 2003-01-01
  9. Endometriosis: One Woman's Story by Megan Harvey, 1997-12-12
  10. 51 Tips for Dealing with Endometriosis - Find all these tips and more! Start making your life easier today! by Information Buddy, 2010-07-22
  11. Endometriosis increases risk of ovarian cancer, regardless of parity: long-term OC use reduce risk.(Women's Health): An article from: Family Practice News by Kerri Wachter, 2004-07-15
  12. Management of Endometriosis: Proceedings of the Fifth Japan Conference on Endometriosis Hakone Prince Hotes, Kanagawa, Japan, May 18, 2002 (Gynecologic ... December 2002, 54(Syok 1) 1-64 (2002))
  13. Endometriosis (Women's Health) by Lyle J. Breitkopf, Marion Gordon Bakoulis, et all 1993-08-31
  14. Living with Endometriosis: A Practical Guide To The Causes And Treatments by Caroline Hawkridge, 1996

121. Endometriosis
Penn State Hershey Medical Center provides world class care and services to patients.

122. Manhattan Fibroid Associates
Reproductive Medicine is dedicated to fibroids, myomectomy, TAH, endometriosis, lupron, estradiols, infertility and tubal surgery. Dr Stanley West MD is located in New York, New York. Questions may be emailed to the doctor.
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Dr. West is a specialist in managing fibroids, the most common tumor found in women and is the most common indication for a hysterectomy in the United States. Dr. West states that there is no such thing as an impossible myomectomy (removal of the fibroids only). Depending on the experience of the doctor, a myomectomy can always be done regardless of the size, number or location of the fibroids. Dr. West believes that a "well informed" woman, who has an understanding of her body, is at an enourmous advantage in the management of her reproductive system. NOTICE!
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123. Information On Hysterectomy: Hysterectomy Endometriosis, Pros And Cons Of A Hyst
Symptoms of endometriosis stop when menopause occurs, however, Hysterectomy maybe considered as surgical treatment for endometriosis when
var DOCUMENTGROUP='error'; var DOCUMENTNAME='error'; var ACTION='07'; Reasons for Hysterectomy Each year over 600,000 women in America have a hysterectomy, making it the second most common surgical procedure in the United States. In the case of cancer, hysterectomy may clearly be the preferred treatment option, but other conditions including fibroids, endometriosis and uterine prolapse offer alternative treatments that can be tried first. When considering hysterectomy women need to weigh the short-term benefits against the risks and costs. Women with the following diagnosis typically require a hysterectomy: Uterine cancer
  • Ovarian cancer Fallopian tube cancer Cervical cancer
Women with the following health problems may choose a hysterectomy:
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding Fibroids Adenomyosis Endometriosis Chronic pelvic pain Pelvis inflammatory disease Uterine prolapse Abnormal cell growth in the lining of the uterus or cervix
Reasons for Hysterectomy Problem % of hysterectomies Vaginal bleeding Uterine fibroids Uterine prolapse 12% to 15% Endometriosis and adenomyosis 18% to 20% Chronic pelvic pain 12% to 18% Cancer of the cervix or uterus Source: Miller BA, et al. (1999). Five reasons to consider a hysterectomy. Patient Care, 33(14): 34–50.

124. BBC NEWS | Health | Medical Notes | Endometriosis
endometriosis is a painful, chronic disease that is estimated to affect up to25% of all women.


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Surgery may be needed Endometriosis is a painful, chronic disease that is estimated to affect up to 25% of all women. However, some experts believe the true figure is probably much higher. What is Endometriosis? Endometriosis occurs when the tissue which lines the uterus - the endometrium - is found elsewhere in the body. This can be in the abdomen, on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, bladder, bowel, vagina, cervix or vulva. Less commonly endometrial growths may also be found in the lung, arm or thigh. In the uterus, endometrial tissue builds up during the menstrual cycle, and then breaks down and sheds off during a period. This keeps the lining of the uterus healthy and ready to nourish a developing foetus. However, the when the tissue acts in the same way outside the uterus it can cause problems. Menstrual blood can be easily shed from the uterus, not from elsewhere in the body. This can result in internal bleeding and inflammation.

125. Kathie's Pain - Endometriosis Research
Offers details about this disease, study information and a questionnaire.
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126. ECCA - The Endometriosis Care Centre Of Australia
We are a team of dedicated health professionals sympathetic to the challengesfaced by women with endometriosis. Join us in a partnership aimed at total
ECCA - The Endomeriosis care Centre of Australia - Endometriosis risks, causes, diagnosis, symptoms, examinations and treatment. Everything one needs to know about endometriosis and where to find support and treatment. ECCA is a team of dedicated health professionals sympathetic to the challenges faced by women with endometriosis. Skip intro...

127. Women's Institute For Fertility, Endocrinology And Menopause
Offering reproductive treatment and therapy including endocrinology, male infertility, in vitro fertilization, egg donor programs, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, and endometriosis, menopause and miscarraige. (Pennsylvania)
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128. The Investigation And Management Of Endometriosis (24) - Jul 2000
The symptoms associated with endometriosis such as dysmenorrhoea and pelvic Women with endometriosisassociated infertility and pain may have to decide

129. Endometriosis Resources
Serving those with endometriosis since 1995, this site contains information on all facets of the disease, from symptoms to treatment to support.
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Welcome to the Endometriosis Resources Page. My name is Sarah. Here I have attempted to collect and compile pages on the 'net which have been of benefit to those affected in any way by endometriosis. Please take a look around at the various resources in this ever-expanding collection, and let me know what you've found informative or helpful. This page last updated on May 4, 2002.
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130. | Causes Of Infertility | Endometriosis
Information about endometriosis, its possible causes and management of endometriosisassociated infertility.
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The term endometriosis refers to a benign and common disease in which cells like the ones that line the inside of the womb are established outside the womb e.g. on the ligament supporting the uterus. in the ovaries, tubes, pelvis, bowels, bladder, etc. In patients with endometriosis, these cells, like the endometrium, respond to the monthly hormonal changes. When the woman with endometriosis menstruates, the endometrium is shed in the form of a period, the endometriosis breaks down in the same way but because these cells are trapped inside, and cannot escape, they form swellings filled with dark blood (known as chocolate cysts) and adhesions which may damage the tubes.

131. FAS: The Alternative To Hysterectomy For Fibroid Tumors(Fibroids) Endometriosis,
Alternatives to hysterectomy, surgery for removal of fibroid tumors, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, adenomyosis and other noncancerous conditions. Institute located in Glendale, California.
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For over a decade the Institute has advocated treating fibroid tumors (also called fibroids endometriosis adenomyosis and ovarian cysts by removing only the fibroids or affected portion of the organ involved. We do not perform hysterectomy or oophorectomy (removal of ovaries) for fibroids or any of these conditions regardless of size, number or location of any fibroid tumors
"A hysterectomy for benign fibroid tumors or ovarian cysts is an archaic procedure from traditional medicine and lacks a sensitivity to the needs of the female patient. It is likened to castration, in that it unnecessarily removes the female reproductive organs." - Tirso del Junco Jr., M.D. General/Vascular Surgeon This web site is dedicated to educating you about an alternative to hysterectomy; a proven procedure that uses state of the art laser surgical techniques called Female Alternative Surgery (FAS) for fibroids endometriosis and other diseases of the uterus. Please visit The Education Center for more information.
The resources on this site are here to help a woman and those close to her make the most informed choice possible about how to heal a her body. If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with fibroids, endometriosis or any other disease described above and a hysterectomy has been recommended, you will learn more about FAS and what questions to ask your doctor to gather the most information.

132. Endometriosis
The following are the most common symptoms for endometriosis, however, However, some women with severe endometriosis may have no signs or symptoms,
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Endometriosis What is the endometrium?
The endometrium is the mucous membrane lining of the inner surface of the uterus. Each month, the endometrium grows and becomes engorged with blood, and then is shed during the menstrual period. What is endometriosis?
When fragments of the endometrium develop in other places, such as in the muscular wall of the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, vagina, or intestine, the condition is called endometriosis. Each month, these fragments (sometimes referred to as endometrial implants, lesions, nodules, or growths ) bleed just as endometrium does in the uterus, but the blood has no place to go. The blood becomes embedded in the tissue where it is located, forming blood blisters that may become surrounded by a fibrous cyst. The cause for this condition is not known. Where are endometrial implants found?

133. Tiger Technologies
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134. Endometriosis
Find out what endometriosis is and how you can treat it.

135. SensibleHealth.Com: Conquering Chronic Diseases Without Drugs Or Surgery - Gallb
Articles by Julia Chang, M.Sc. Text on Chinese and Western approaches in gallstone removal, gallbladder problems, liver diseases and woman health problems such as estrogen dominance and endometriosis. Prime Herbs products for sale.

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136. Introduction: Endometriosis -
Introduction to endometriosis as a medical condition including symptoms, diagnosis,misdiagnosis, treatment, prevention, and prognosis.
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Endometriosis: In this condition, tissue from the uterus is misplaced inside the abdomen, causing a variety of problems. Endometriosis is a difficult condition to diagnose, often starting with no symptoms or only mild symptoms. Symptoms may include abdominal pain period pain heavy periods infertility , and many other symptoms of endometriosis . Symptoms are often cyclical because of the locations of the tissue and the displaced uterine tissue may also inappropriately respond to hormone cycles. Once symptoms appear, endometriosis is often misdiagnosed as other conditions such as IBS cystitis or pelvic inflammatory disease Endometriosis: Endometriosis is another benign condition that affects the uterus. It is most common in women in their thirties and forties, especially in women who have never been pregnant. It occurs when endometrial tissue begins to grow on the outside of the uterus and on nearby organs.

137. Index
Provides the authors personal struggle with Endo., along with symptoms, medicines available, books and a poem written about this disease.
~WELCOME ~ Hi, my name is Kristi, I live in a small town in Central Alabama, and I was diagnosed with Endometriosis in 1999. Thanks so much for stopping by......
Endometriosis is a disease that affects millions of women worldwide and sadly there is still no cure. I hope that this page will help others know that they are not alone.
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138. Clinical Evidence Women S Health Endometriosis Interventions
endometriosis. Search date March 2004. Neil Johnson and Cynthia Farquhar Subfertility in women with endometriosis (see infertility and subfertility)

139. Womens Health Issues By Dr Marilyn Glenville
Includes the menopause, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, infertility, weight loss, polycystic ovarian syndrome and alternative HRT.
Home The Menopause Osteoporosis Natural Alternatives to Dieting ... Feedback Dr Marilyn Glenville PhD Welcome to The Natural Health Website for Women . This site has been specifically designed for helping women (and their partners) to improve their health through every stage of their lives. From PMS and menstrual problems to weight loss, smears, hysterectomies, infertility, the menopause, osteoporosis and many other conditions.* In these pages, you will discover the things you need to know about your health and learn how to regain control of your life and stay healthy, naturally. You will discover the facts every women should know about:
  • What tests you can take to find out your present condition How to boost your energy, improve your health, and balance your emotions Practical and simple ways to control bingeing and food cravings What vitamins and minerals are vital for improving your condition How to combine natural medicine with conventional medicine for best results How to improve your sex drive
Please feel free to explore the different sections. Each section gives step by step practical advice on what choices are available to you and how you can help yourself by taking control of your health. You will find lots of useful information to help you decide which treatment will be most beneficial to you. Just browse around, there will be something here that can help you.

140. EMJA: Endometriosis
endometriosis remains an enigma despite having been extensively studied. Traditionally, the symptoms of endometriosis are said to be pelvic pain and
Home Issues Email alerts Classifieds ... Search PubMed for related articles Editorials Endometriosis Kevin L Forbes MJA Improving health outcomes for women with this enigmatic disease Endometriosis remains an enigma despite having been extensively studied. Its aetiology remains unclear, although there is a positive correlation with retrograde menstruation, probably with a background genetic predisposition. Traditionally, the symptoms of endometriosis are said to be pelvic pain and infertility, but, while a causal link between these symptoms and the disease is sometimes clear, the link is not always established. Treatment aimed at eliminating endometriotic deposits is effective in controlling symptoms in a proportion of patients, but recurrence is common. The diagnostic dilemma Endometriosis is considered difficult to diagnose because the extent of the disease (endometriotic deposits and scar tissue) does not correlate with symptoms. The only accepted diagnostic test is direct visualisation (usually laparoscopically) by an experienced surgeon. Arguably, as endometriosis can be diagnosed in up to 40% of menstruating women at laparoscopy

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