Ovarian Cysts and Achieving Pregnancy with Endometriosis

Ovarian Cysts and Achieving Pregnancy with Endometriosis

While many women and their doctors fear that achieving pregnancy will be difficult for the woman with endometriosis, I am here to tell you that this is not necessarily the case. Let me follow that up with this statement: as with most things medical, each woman’s...

What Estrogen Does – and Doesn’t – Have To Do with endometriosis

Many women, along with their doctors, are under the misconception that estrogen is the cause of endometriosis. A lot of research you’ll see talks about a condition known as “estrogen dominance,” and states that this is even a cause of endometriosis. This, too, is a...

Diet, Inflammation, and the Prevention of Endometriosis

Inflammation is the source of almost every major disease we know. Under normal circumstances, inflammation is a part of your body’s immune response. When the body detects an invader, something that doesn't belong or could cause harm, inflammation is the result....

Specimen Removal During Supracervical Hysterectomy

Although the uterus is primarily a thick-walled muscle, it is the lining that bleeds, not the uterine wall. For anything to influence how heavy a woman bleeds it has to involve or be right up against the uterine lining. Every organ in your body has different tissue...

Pain After Excision Surgery

"I had excision surgery but did not obtain relief. Was my surgery a failure?" Almost all centers that specialize in Endometriosis, in and out of the USA, perform excision. Even after excision, endometriosis, adhesions, and pain can persist and/or recur, and need...

Recovery from Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy

Abdominal surgery is done by laparotomy (“lapar” means abdomen, “otomy” means to open) with one larger incision,  or laparoscopy (“lapar” means abdomen, “scopy” refers to a tube with a light) with multiple small incisions. Laparoscopy is an example of Minimally...

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