Endometriosis is one of the more common conditions associated with reproductive function which many women suffer. Unfortunately, despite many advances in modern medicine, no cure has been found.
So far, women and their medical practitioners’ efforts to control endometriosis is limited to treating the symptoms. If conditions are too severe and debilitating, surgery is usually considered an option. You can read about the techniques of coping with endometriosis at https://endometriosisassn.org/about-endometriosis/coping-techniques.
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The most common method of controlling endometriosis and symptoms are medical therapy, which uses drugs and hormones to reduce the pain and swelling associated with the condition. The combination of progestin and estrogen birth control pills, for example, is commonly prescribed to regulate ovulation and pain control.
Manage your nutrition:
Proper nutrition is not a miracle cure for endometriosis, but it can improve general health and wellbeing. A balanced diet can ensure that a woman’s body has enough nutrients and a strong immune system to help cope with endometriosis.
Good nutrition will also help increase energy and prevent the negative psychological effects of taking over. For women who take medication to control the symptoms, have a balanced diet can help increase your tolerance against possible side effects of treatment can cause.
Take nutritional supplements:
According to Susan Lark, M.D., director of the PMS and Menopause Self-Help Center in California, taking supplements of vitamins, especially vitamin B, helps in controlling the symptoms of endometriosis. Vitamin B helps metabolize estrogen to maintain a healthy heart, which regulates hormones.