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Hormones Treatment Endometriosis
What is the best hormone treatment for mild endometriosis after surgery (2nd cyst/surgery. Surgeon recognized endo. ) and first time treatments?
Birth Control Pills: The best actual "treatment" for endometriosis is laparoscopic excision (cutting out) of all endometriosis - remembering that endometriosis can have many different looks other than the "classic dark spots". If it is all excised then there is no need for further treatment. If however there is endometriosis still present, the easy first line treatment is birth control pills. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A hormone (from greek ὁρμή, "impetus") is a chemical released by a cell or a gland in one part of the body that sends out messages that affect cells in other parts of the organism. Only a little amount of hormone is required to alter cell metabolism. In essence, it is a chemical messenger that transports a signal from ...Read more
My older sister was treated with testosterone for her endometriosis. Isn't this a potent male hormone and are they still using it for the treatment of endometriosis?
Endo treatment: The medication Danazol is a weak form of testosterone, still being used for the treatment of endometriosis related pain. Works well but side effects are wt gain, fuid retention, decrease breast size, acne , oily skin, facial hair growth. There are better drugs for the treatment of endo. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Menorrhagia. 500ml in 48hrs, not endometriosis, hormone levels ok, thyroid controlled, basic blood clotting test normal. Any ideas? Treatment?
I had laparascopy 3 yrs ago for endometriosis and have been under hormonal treatment since. Endo has returned should I stop the meds? It feels useless
Does hormonal treatment shrinks the endometriosis cyst? I've been given Yaz for 3 months but afraid to start it. Please help
Not birth control: There are hormonal treatments which will shrink endometriosis. Lupron is an example. Birth control pills may prevent or slow further endometriosis development but are not likely to shrink that which is already present. I am curious why you feel afraid of birth control pills? If so discuss other options with your obgyn ...Read more
Hormone therapy: Usually helps suppress endometriosis but it depends on what exactly you are taking. If you stop the therapy, assuming you are taking Lupron for example, the endometriosis will slowly become responsive to estrogen and Progesterone that your body will re-start making. I would speak to your doctor about your homrone therapy as it relates to endometriosis before making decisions to stop. ...Read more
I saw a specialist today and was diagnosed with endometriosis, they gave me the option of surgery to remove or a hormone therapy injection. I am wondering what my best option is.
See below: For mild to moderate pelvic pain medical management is desirable. For more advanced disease or severe symptoms not responding to hormonal therapy surgery may be required. Women with endometriosis can conceive normally but if there is infertility surgery and assisted reproduction techniques may be needed. Despite extensive research, the optimal management of endometriosis is unclear. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is the best treatment for endometriosis? What is the recommended treatment for endometriosis? Are there options other than surgery?
Hello. : Hello. I can't say what treatment would be best for you. In additional to surgery, other options include birth control via patch, pill or ring. This can help to decrease the amount of endometrial tissue and decrease pain. If you are not allergic to non-steroidal anti- inflammatory medications consider Motrin or a similar medication. There are stronger hormone therapies if the first steps are not sufficient. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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