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  1. Recipes for the Endometriosis Diet by Carolyn Levett, 2007-12-11
  2. Endometriosis: A Key to Healing Through Nutrition by Dian Shepperson Mills, Michael Vernon, 2002-09
  3. Reclaim your Life - Your Guide to Aid Healing of Endometriosis by Carolyn Levett, 2008-05-07
  4. Endometriosis : The Complete Reference for Taking Charge of Your Health by Mary Lou Ballweg, 2003-09-15
  5. Endometriosis For Dummies by Joseph Krotec MD, Sharon Perkins RN, 2006-11-06
  6. The Endometriosis Sourcebook by Mary Lou Ballweg, The Endometriosis Association, 1995-09-01
  7. Living Well with Endometriosis: What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You...That You Need to Know by Kerry-ann Morris, 2006-04-01
  8. The Endometriosis Natural Treatment Program: A Complete Self-Help Plan for Improving Health and Well-Being by Valerie Ann Worwood, Julia Stonehouse, 2007-05-18
  9. 100 Q&A About Endometriosis (100 Questions & Answers about) by David B. Redwine, 2008-11-19
  10. Natural Treatment of Fibroid Tumors and Endometriosis by Susan Lark, 1998-11-11
  11. Endometriosis: Healing Through Nutrition by Dian Mills, 1999-06-03
  12. Endometriosis: A Natural Approach by Jo Mears, 1998-01
  13. Fibroid Tumors and Endometriosis by Susan M. Lark, 2004-09-01
  14. Explaining Endometriosis by Lorraine Henderson, Ros Wood, 2001-04-01

161. Natural Remedies For Endometriosis. Some Patients Claim Much Reduced Pain And Cr
Eckhart, MD uses Natural Progesterone and Avoids Chemicals that mimic Estrogen to help endometriosis. The effect may be better than surgery or prescription drugs.
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I just wanted to drop a note regarding the significant improvement in my condition after using Progestelle. I have had endometriosis for the last fifteen years. My symptoms were terrible. Severe pain, nausea, headaches, backache for two weeks out of every month. My hormones were so out of sync that I was having hot flashes at 35. I read a book by Doctor Lee about progesterone and I bought some from my local health food store. The cream helped a little but not enough to make my life normal.
One day while web surfing I stumbled upon the Progestelle site and read that many progesterone creams contained ingredients which could make my condition worse. I checked the cream I was using and it contained the ingredients mentioned so I decided to try Progestelle to see if it made a difference. The change happened within one month. The majority of my symptoms are now gone and my life is back to normal. I don't even take pain medication for cramps anymore. This product is truly wonderful and I would recommend it to anyone suffering from a hormone related condition.

162. Miracle Babies: Chapter 17 Endometriosis: Conquering The Silent Invader
Comprehensive information about endometriosis, its symptoms, theroetical causes, impact on fertility and treatment options.
Conquering the Silent Invader
"When we had sex on our wedding night, instead of having an ultimate experience with my husband, sex was so painful I ended up in tears," Marilyn P. wrote to her Witsendo friends. "I thought something was wrong with me . . .that I was frigid or something. "When I went to the doctor, I told him I'd always had some pain with my periods but that my cramps were getting worse. "He did a pelvic exam and I screamed when he touched my left ovary. After doing an ultrasound examination, he told me that my left ovary was swollen to twice its normal size. He also felt small bumps behind my uterus. He recommended doing a laparoscopy to find out what was going on. "That's when I got the news: endometriosis at the ripe old age of twenty-three, and that I had probably had endometriosis as a teenager! What a way to start married life." What is it? Endometriosis is described as the presence of endometrial tissue in locations outside the endometrial (uterine) cavity. Endometriosis is commonly found in the cul-de-sac (behind the uterus), the rectovaginal septum (the tissue between the rectum and vagina), on the surface of the rectum, the fallopian tubes and ovaries, the uterosacral ligaments, the bladder, and the pelvic side wall. Generally endometriosis in the rectovaginal septum is more likely to deeply invade the underlying structures. Is endometriosis a genetic disease?

163. Postgraduate Medicine: Managing Endometriosis
WOMEN S HEALTH. Managing endometriosis. Preview endometriosis is a commoncause of pelvic pain and infertility in women of childbearing age.
Managing endometriosis
Strategies to minimize pain and damage
Timothy P. Canavan, MD; Lee Radosh, MD VOL 107 / NO 3 / MARCH 2000 / POSTGRADUATE MEDICINE CME learning objectives
  • To know the most effective techniques for diagnosis of endometriosis
  • To understand the goals of therapy for endometriosis
  • To identify medical and surgical therapies most appropriate for mild, moderate, and severe endometriosis
This page is best viewed with a browser that supports tables Third in a series of articles on women's health coordinated by Jeffrey T. Kirchner, DO, associate director, Family Practice Residency Program, department of family and community medicine, Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Preview : Endometriosis is a common cause of pelvic pain and infertility in women of childbearing age. Nonspecific symptoms may make definitive diagnosis elusive, but in this article, Drs Canavan and Radosh give updated guidelines for use of invasive and noninvasive methods of diagnosis and treatment. The management options they present can help guide clinicians in reducing disease and pain and restoring fertility.
Canavan TP, Radosh L. Managing endometriosis: strategies to minimize pain and damage. Postgrad Med 2000;107(3):213-24

164. Adenomyosis
endometriosis. Michael E. Toaff, MD, MSc. What is endometriosis. endometriosisis the presence of endometrial tissue (tissue identical
Michael E. Toaff, MD, MSc
What is Endometriosis What are the Common Symptoms of Endometriosis How is Endometriosis Diagnosed What is the Medical Treatment for Endometriosis ... What is the Surgical Treatment for Endometriosis What is Endometriosis Endometriosis is the presence of endometrial tissue (tissue identical to the endometrium, the uterine lining) outside the uterus. Usually the endometriotic implants are located in the pelvis but endometriosis may also involve other parts of the abdominal cavity, the abdominal wall and, rarely, other locations such as the chest. The endometrial implants respond to ovarian hormonal changes in a fashion similar to the uterine endometrium. This results in local bleeding, irritation, inflammation, scarring and adhesion formation. In the ovaries, endometriosis may lead to the formation of cysts containing old blood (so-called chocolate cysts or endometriomas). These hormone-related changes are the basis for the symptoms of endometriosis. Approximately 19% of hysterectomies in the U.S. are performed because of endometriosis. Return to Top What are the Common Symptoms of Endometriosis Endometriosis may be symptomatic or asymptomatic. There is poor correlation between the extent of the disease and the degree of symptoms. Pain is the main symptom. It may be periodic, before or during the periods, or it may be constant. It may cause painful intercourse, pain in the middle of the pelvis or on either or both sides, or rectal pain. There may be irregular uterine bleeding. Infertility is frequently associated with endometriosis. The rate of progression of endometriosis is highly variable among patients; even in the same patient it may vary at different time periods.

165. HealthWorld Online - Medical Self-Care -
Click here. endometriosis. © American Institute of Preventive Medicine. Womenin their 20s, 30s, and 40s are most likely to get endometriosis.

166. The Endometriosis Association
Details about the endometriosis Association, a nonprofit self-help organization dedicated to providing support, education, and research to those affected by this disease.

167. HealthWorld Online - Herbal Medicine -, HealthWorld Online - Natural Health And
Deep meditation at the push of a button? Click here. endometriosis.© David L. Hoffmann B.Sc. (Hons), MNIMH. Approximately five to

168. Endometriosis Awareness & Information
All Rights Reserved. WELCOME to endometriosis AWARENESS INFORMATION, A Sitefor Education Resources Related to endometriosis. endometriosis Legislation.
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WELCOME to... ERC Angel TM here D espite the vast number of women and adolescents in the world suffering from the reproductive and immunological disease Endometriosis, the illness remains under-diagnosed, under-researched, under-funded and under-treated. There is still, as yet, no definitive cure, despite what less-informed sources would have you believe. T hroughout this site you will find articles, news and information pertaining to the disease, as well as resources for support. This site is not intended to suggest or replace medical advice given to you by your doctor; but rather, to educate and empower you to make your own best - informed - decisions concerning your health. While currently incurable, it is entirely possible to effectively manage Endometriosis and live well in spite of the disease . The keys to successfully battling this painful disease include early diagnosis, effective treatment with a true Endometriosis specialist not an OB-GYN generalist), the support of those who understand, keeping abreast of the latest information on the disease, and a positive outlook.
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169. Endo Sisters' Survival Kit
This kit represents the combined efforts of many wonderful women who suffer from this disease. It provides various sources of information for those suffering from endometriosis.
*** This kit represents the combined efforts of many wonderful women who suffer from this disease. ***
*** Please EMAIL ME immediately if any of the links do not work. ***
*** I will figure out the problem and have it fixed in a jiffy. Thank you ! Carey ***
Updated as of October 2000 Hello, Welcome to the group!!! (Group being "" newsgroup) You have just found the very best place to be if you have Endo or love someone who does. Our group is full of supportive and knowledgeable women (and even some men!). Feel free to cry, vent, laugh and learn with us; we are more than willing to help when we can and however we can. Too many of us suffered alone with this disease for too many years. So, we don't want to see another to have to do the same. Also, Knowledge IS Power!!! (smile). Especially with this disease! We hope that you find the help and support that we have found here, among your Fellow Endo Sisters. Following you will find some lists that will be helpful in your journey down the path of Endometriosis. There is a list of doctors that are well respected in the field and have given vast relief to many women. There is a list of online support groups, Endo associations and foundations. There is a list of books to read and a list of websites dedicated to Endo and helping to spread accurate knowledge and awareness about the disease, many of them by women just like you and I. There is even a list of medical search sites, drug reference sites, surgical reference sites, dealing with insurances and even some studies. We hope you feel welcome and comfortable here, and that our packet of information helps you on your way to learning all you can about Endo. Know we are ALWAYS here for you, ready and willing to help.

170. NICHD - Publications On-line
Health Information Media Publications Facts About endometriosis. Thispage has been moved. Please continue on to the endometriosis page.
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171. Allexperts Endometriosis Q&A
Doctors and other specialists answer your medical questions about endometriosis confidentially and for free.

172. Helica Instruments Endometriosis Treatment
Produces a low power treatment specifically designed for keyhole surgery which can successfully treat endometriosis.
Endometriosis Treatment - Helium Plasma Ablation Helica Instruments Ltd have developed a treatment called Helium Plasma Ablation. This procedure has been available since 1995 and has now been carried out on over 10,000 patients. Helium Plasma Ablation has proven to be a safe and effective way of treating endometriosis.
The base unit (the Helica TC machine) is now in 97 hospital theatres throughout the UK which means that while endometriosis is being diagnosed
(a procedure called a diagnostic laparoscopy) and the disease is found in its early stages, the treatment can be carried out during the surgery, saving another visit to the operating theatre
The Treatment
Using keyhole surgery the Consultant Gynaecologist can cauterise (ablate) the affected area giving instant pain relief to the patient. Endometriosis is sometimes found on some extremely sensitive areas of the uterus, Helium Plasma Ablation can be used to treat these areas. New procedures

173. Disease Profile For Adenomyosis
Cause, description, and treatment of adenomyosis (endometriosis interna), from Woman's Diagnostic Cyber.

About us Articles Books ... Quizzes Woman's Diagnostic Cyber Disease Profile Name adenomyosis Synonyms endometriosis interna, uterine endometriosis, internal endometriosis
description Adenomyosis is the presence of endometrial glands and supporting tissues in the muscle of the uterus where it would not occur normally. When the gland tissue grows during the menstrual cycle and then at menses tries to slough, the old tissue and blood cannot escape the uterine muscle and flow out of the cervix as part of normal menses. This trapping of the blood and tissue causes uterine pain in the form of monthly menstrual cramps. It also produces abnormal uterine bleeding when some of the blood finally escapes the muscle resulting in prolonged spotting. It more often occurs in the posterior wall of the uterus.
Is it common? The background incidence of adenomyosis in all women either with or without symptoms is not known precisely because only in recent years has MRI imaging been able to diagnose adenomyosis without doing a hysterectomy. In studies of chronic pelvic pain in which women had hysterectomies, the incidence of adenomyosis is about 15% to 25% ( ). It seems to be about the same incidence in hysterectomy specimens from women without pain as from women with pain so it is possible that this represents the background incidence.

174. Website Unavailable
Dealing with endometriosis and infertility in the U.K. Symptoms, treatment options, and personal stories.

175. Endo.NoMore
An MSN Community for women suffering from endometriosis. Includes message boards, links, natural remedies and chat.
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176. ASRM: Infertility, Reproduction, Menopause, Andrology, Endometriosis, Diagnosis
Welcome to the ASRM Web Site. The American Society for ReproductiveMedicine (ASRM) is an organization devoted to advancing knowledge
MEMBERS-ONLY LOGIN About ASRM Home Page ASRM Annual Meeting ASRM Office of Public Affairs Contact Us ... Site Awards For All Users TOPIC INDEX Headline News ASRM Literature Links to Prof. Orgs. ... Downloading PDF Files Selected ASRM Publications: Fertility and Sterility Menopausal Medicine ASRM News Practice Guidelines ... ASRM Bulletins For Patients Home FAQ - Infertility FAQ - Psychology Patient Fact Sheets ... Find a Doctor For Professionals Home Upcoming Meetings Members-Only Area Membership (Services, Benefits, Sign-Up) ... Research Grants For the Media Home Press Releases ASRM Office of Public Affairs

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The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) is an organization devoted to advancing knowledge and expertise in infertility, reproductive medicine and biology. The ASRM is a voluntary non-profit organization. Members must demonstrate the high ethical principles of the medical profession, evince an interest in infertility, reproductive medicine and biology, and adhere to the objectives of the Society. Mission Statement History and Purpose June is World
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