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Endometriosis.org: Global information and news - Facts about endometriosis: symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, pain, fertility, coping, news, support

  • http://endometriosis.org/endometriosis/ About endometriosis « Endometriosis.org: Global information and news - Endometriosis occurs when tissue similar to the lining of the uterus is found elsewhere in the body, causing pain and infertility, affecting 176 million women worldwide.
  • http://endometriosis.org/endometriosis/symptoms/ Symptoms « Endometriosis.org: Global information and news - Symptoms of endometriosis include pain with menstruation, ovulation, sexual intercourse and when going to the toilet, infertility, fatigue, chronic pelvic pain, and heavy bleeding.
  • http://endometriosis.org/endometriosis/causes/ Causes « Endometriosis.org: Global information and news - The cause of endometriosis remains unknown, though there are several hypotheses which are explained here about why some women develop endometriosis.
  • http://endometriosis.org/endometriosis/diagnosis/ Diagnosis « Endometriosis.org: Global information and news - Endometriosis can only be definitively diagnosed through a laparoscopy (visual inspection). Specialists in endometriosis may suspect disease based on symptoms.
  • http://endometriosis.org/endometriosis/infertility/ Infertility « Endometriosis.org: Global information and news - Infertility is a known symptom of endometriosis with many women with endometriosis finding it difficult to get pregnant. Causes of infertility and how to get treated.
  • http://endometriosis.org/endometriosis/adhesions/ Adhesions « Endometriosis.org: Global information and news - Adhesions are bands of fibrous tissue that are common in endometriosis, both as a result of the internal inflammation of the disease itself, but also as a consequence of surgery.
  • http://endometriosis.org/treatments/ Treatments « Endometriosis.org: Global information and news - Treatments for endometriosis include surgery (laparoscopy), hormonal treatments (progestins, GnRH, the Pill), pain killers, and complementary therapies such as nutrition.
  • http://endometriosis.org/treatments/endometriosis-surgery/ Surgery « Endometriosis.org: Global information and news - Surgery (laparoscopy/key-hole-surgery) for endometriosis pain and infertility is a common treatment, but should be done by specialists in gynaecological surgery.
  • http://endometriosis.org/treatments/painkillers/ Painkillers « Endometriosis.org: Global information and news - Painkillers and NSAIDs are used to treat endometriosis pain but must be taken carefully to avoid pain killer addiction and gastro-intestinal problems.
  • http://endometriosis.org/treatments/oral-contraceptive-pill/ The Pill « Endometriosis.org: Global information and news - The (oral) contraceptive pill is used to treat endometriosis and contains a specific low-dose combination of synthetic oestrogen and progestagen (progesterone).
  • http://endometriosis.org/treatments/progestins/ Progestins « Endometriosis.org: Global information and news - Progestins (progesterone, gestogens, progestogens or progestagens) are commonly used to treat women with endometriosis and can be used longer term than most other hormonal treatments.
  • http://endometriosis.org/treatments/mirena/ Mirena « Endometriosis.org: Global information and news - Mirena (levongorgestrel intrauterine system/LNG-IUS) containing progestagen (progestin) is used as a treatment for women with endometriosis and pain.

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    I have a launch monitor at home, and bought about a dozen different kinds of balls to test distance and spin. I wanted to see if more expensive balls have any advantage.

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    My wife has endured and had several UTI infections over the past couple of years and has been prescribed Prosed antibiotic to be taken once daily but at $50.00 every 30 days this was getting too expensive so I started introducing the AZO product every other day and seems to do the job. Quite pleased with results and she has been using them for about 12-18 months now.

  • TimF - Good Mat, but run out of room if you're tall!

    I'm new to yoga and purchased this mat. My hands do slip a bit when I'm sweaty, but it does the job. I've never used another mat so I can't say if this is better or worse than others. However, it seems well constructed. My only problem is that I'm 6'5 so I run out of room sometimes. I can't really blame Gaiam though. Maybe there's longer mats out there for me to use.

  • Michael - Utterly worthless to me after 4 months,,,

    I waited 4 months before posting my results concerning this earthing "theory" just to be fair and give it a chance...

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  • Kay Powers - It's still a good product

    I really love this product. I read someone else's comment that said they love it but advise against putting on your face because it's oil. For me it's great on my face. It absorbs very well and does not make my face or any part of my skin feel oily. It absorbs rapidly. I have to admit it feels really good when I put it on and I love the smell. It states it gets rid of scars, Stretch Marks, Uneven Skin Tone, Aging Skin etc. But, FOR ME, there is presently no evidence. My skin tone is still uneven and dark in certain areas and I've been using it for a month. I'll try and do another review if my skin tone changes.

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    I've bought these tests about 3 times now in the past two weeks. All negative results. Took a test with same urine same time, and it came out positive. 34yrs old and educated in implantation, chemical pregnancies, signs, symptoms -you name it, I know! Also, I'm a nurse. I feel these test are a waste of money and the emotional roller coaster it puts us ladies with the hopes of conceiving. I will not buy anymore of these, or recommend to anyone.