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Duphaston
...  bring relief to severe menstrual cramps or to regulate one’s menstrual periods if one is having problems with these things because of lack of progesterone. Duphaston generic will help treat endometriosis, which is an inflammation of the lining of the uterus and will help with regulating irregular menstrual cycles. It will stabilize the level of progesterone within one’s body which  ...

Clomid
...  result, this does not automatically disqualify you from treatment. Any sort of pituitary or ovarian failure must be checked before any treatment with clomid can begin. For those who have had endometriosis or endometrial carcinoma, your doctor would normally perform a biopsy to ensure that you are not receiving any discomfort during treatment. One more thing to keep in mind is that if you  ...

Endometriosis
...  tissue lining the uterus is called the endometrium. The condition wherein the endometrium becomes found in other body areas it isn’t supposed to be found in is referred to as endometriosis. endometriosis causes the sufferer to irregularly bleed, feel severe pain, and possibly become infertile. Most of the time, “stray” endometrium grow in the pelvic area which include the  ...

Oophorectomy
...  with the ovary, fallopian tube or even the whole uterus. It is also done to remove the source of estrogen which is also one cause of cancer. Oophorectomy is also performed as a treatment for endometriosis and although in some rare cases it is also effective in preventing the thickening of the uterus lining. Oophorectomy and ligation are both different procedures although in both cases, a  ...

Hypogonadism
...  where infertility becomes a serious concern. In some cases, radiation or surgery may be required. In women, the reduction in the production of hormones may bring serious problems in the form of endometriosis and even cancer and doctors are most concerned about these risks. If they suspect that you are at a high risk of developing both ailments, then they will have to prescribe a more  ...

Dysmenorrhea
...  pain. The treatment of secondary dysmenorrhea will depend on the treatment of it underlying cause. Surgery may be performed to remove fibroids, tumors, and ovarian cysts. Patients with severe endometriosis may need a hysterectomy while bacterial infections are easily managed through antibiotics. In certain cases where the treatment is not successful and the pain is severe, more extreme  ...


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