Endometriosis

Endometriosis


Endometriosis

Endometriosis

Endometriosis affects a huge number of women throughout the world. It has been estimated that between 1% and 15% of women who are examined for pelvic pain and infertility may have endometriosis; the true prevalence is unknown because diagnosis can only be made with any accuracy by laparoscopic examination of the pelvis. This book provides clinicians with all the information they need in a succinct and clear text, with colour illustrations. Chapters cover: epidemiology and aetiology; diagnosis; investigation; medical treatment; and surgical treatment.

Endometriosis

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is an oestrogen-dependent disease and is usually not encountered after menopause. Endometriosis-associated pain is treated with drugs that suppress oestrogen secretion in the ovaries. Hormonal products used to reduce pain also prevent pregnancy and are not recommended for infertility patients.Surgery relieves pain and may improve infertility.

Endometriosis For Dummies

Endometriosis For Dummies

Get the empowering info that puts you in control Take charge and take comfort in knowing how to live well with endometriosis Diagnosing and living with endometriosis isn't easy, but this disease doesn't have to rule your life. This book helps you find out and recognize typical symptoms. Plus, you'll get up-to-date info on traditional and alternative treatments -- ranging from medications and surgeries to acupuncture and massages. The authors provide plenty of compassionate advice on dealing with the pain and emotional issues, so you can enjoy life. Discover how to * Evaluate treatment options * Enhance your chances of getting pregnant * Manage the pain * Make lifestyle changes to minimize symptoms * Deal with the emotional and financial challenges

Endometriosis

Advances and Controversies

Endometriosis

Addresses new concepts and theories in disease control and provides the latest treatment modalities. Dedicated to new developments in the medical and surgical treatment of endometriosis, this reference delves into current management controversies, examines emerging therapeutic strategies, and assists specialists in the design of new investigations and research paths for the study of this common condition.

Endometriosis

A Natural Approach

Endometriosis

Discusses the nature and symptoms of the disease, including how to obtain a proper diagnosis, how to develop coping strategies, and alternative treatment options

Coping with Endometriosis

Sound, Compassionate Advice for Alleviating the Physical and Emotional Symptoms of this Frequently Misunderstood Illness

Coping with Endometriosis

This guide to endometriosis treatment provides valuable advice on understanding, treating and living with this disorder. Covering both the physiological and emotional effects of the disorder, this guide also presents information on conventional and alternative treatments.

100 Questions & Answers About Endometriosis

100 Questions & Answers About Endometriosis

EMPOWER YOURSELF! It is estimated that between 10 and 20 percent of American women of childbearing age have endometriosis. About 5.5 million women in the U.S. and Canada are diagnosed with the disease each year. Whether you're a newly diagnosed patient, or are a friend or relative of someone suffering from Endometriosis, this book offers help. The only text available to provide both the doctor's and patient's views, 100 Questions & Answers About Endometriosis gives you authoritative, practical answers to your questions about treatment options, and provides sources of support from both the doctor’s and patient’s viewpoints. This book is an invaluable resource for anyone coping with the physical and emotional turmoil of endometriosis.

Endometriosis

The Experts’ Guide to Treat, Manage and Live Well with Your Symptoms

Endometriosis

Overcome your symptoms and live a better life. All the information you need to help you manage endometriosis. One in ten women suffers with endometriosis. So why is there no definitive cure and why does it take an average of 8 years to diagnose? Endometriosis experts Professor Andrew Horne and Carol Pearson explain what Endometriosis is and provide vital information for women who suffer from the disease. Find out: - How to get a diagnosis - What treatment options and care are available to you - How to overcome your symptoms and live a better life - The lifestyle changes you can make that could improve your condition With the voices of countless women at different stages of their journey and advice from a range of specialist healthcare practitioners, Endometriosis provides the information and support to empower anyone with the condition and those close to them.

The Endometriosis Natural Treatment Program

A Complete Self-Help Plan for Improving Health and Well-Being

The Endometriosis Natural Treatment Program

Between 10 and 15 percent of women suffer from endometriosis. Bestselling author Valerie Ann Worwood and health researcher Julia Stonehouse provide the definitive self-help natural treatment guide that can be used in conjunction with medical treatment to relieve the symptoms and help the body to heal.The program presents practical and easy-to-implement techniques that assist women in improving their overall health and well-being. The book explores the environmental toxins and other lifestyle issues that may contribute to endometriosis, and clearly explains simple ways to change these factors. Based on Worwood’s successful clinical practice, the authors’ multifaceted approach advocates specific natural health practices and a range of slow, steady lifestyle changes.