Endometriosis can be painful and debilitating. Together with your doctor’s recommendations, we can help you move on to living the life you deserve by developing an inner calm and reconnecting with your body and emotions. Working to heal your pain, both physically and emotionally will help improve your symptoms and bring you closer to achieving your fertility goals.
Published online March 24, 2010, in the journal Human Reproduction, the study of over 70,000 women showed that women who ate the most trans fats—hydrogenated oils found in fried foods from restaurants, margarine, and some chips and crackers—had a 48 percent increased risk of developing endometriosis, but women who ate the most omega-3 oils—”good fats” were 22 percent less likely to develop the condition.
Recent developments in endometriosis research have uncovered a genetic link that may allow researchers to target new therapies and personalize treatment.Researchers have, for the first time, described the genetic basis of endometriosis, a condition affecting millions of women that is marked by chronic pelvic pain and infertility. The researchers’ discovery of a new gene mutation provides hope for new screening methods.
If you are a visual learner, watch this endometriosis slideshow to understand the dynamics of this condition. It’s a myth that relaxing or will overcome infertility. Fertility problems are medical in nature, and there are effective treatments. Worldwide, more than 3 million babies have now been born through in vitro fertilization. Other therapies are successful, too- at least half of couples who seek treatment for infertility will get pregnant.
The results of this research suggests that laparoscopy could help women avoid unnecessary fertility treatments. Researchers in obstetrics and gynecology and reproductive endocrinology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and the University of Alabama at Birmingham suggest that specialists should consider the routine use of laparoscopic evaluation when women are unable to become pregnant after four cycles of clomid.
One of the first things we are told to cut out of our diet when we want to improve our Endometriosis is sugar. The main reason is that sugar lowers our immune system and also has to do with regulating our blood sugar levels. The thing is that sugar is a solace to many women with Endometriosis. It is a crutch, something that makes us feel good and the emotional connection with sugar is not always recognized.
This short endometriosis video brings up surprising facts about the condition. “I was asked to help at a shoot to raise awareness for a condition called Endometriosis. The thing which struck me the most about this condition is the sheer amount of women who have it and are simply think it is normal to be in agony. I’m hoping that this video can help raise awareness of this condition and help people realize that they are not alone.”
Endometriosis is a painful condition affecting women during their reproductive years. Endometriosis is one of the most common reasons behind both infertility and chronic pelvic pain in women. Pregnancy often provides temporary relief from symptoms of endometriosis, although there is no documented cure at this time. The good news is that herbal and holistic treatments are very effective for controlling the symptoms.