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  1. Recipes for the Endometriosis Diet by Carolyn Levett, 2007-12-11
  2. Endometriosis: A Key to Healing Through Nutrition by Dian Shepperson Mills, Michael Vernon, 2002-09
  3. Endometriosis : The Complete Reference for Taking Charge of Your Health by Mary Lou Ballweg, 2003-09-15
  4. Reclaim your Life - Your Guide to Aid Healing of Endometriosis by Carolyn Levett, 2008-05-07
  5. The Endometriosis Natural Treatment Program: A Complete Self-Help Plan for Improving Health and Well-Being by Valerie Ann Worwood, Julia Stonehouse, 2007-05-18
  6. Living Well with Endometriosis: What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You...That You Need to Know by Kerry-ann Morris, 2006-04-01
  7. Endometriosis For Dummies by Joseph Krotec MD, Sharon Perkins RN, 2006-11-06
  8. 100 Q&A About Endometriosis (100 Questions & Answers about) by David B. Redwine, 2008-11-19
  9. Natural Treatment of Fibroid Tumors and Endometriosis by Susan Lark, 1998-11-11
  10. Endometriosis: Healing Through Nutrition by Dian Mills, 1999-06-03
  11. The Endometriosis Sourcebook by Mary Lou Ballweg, The Endometriosis Association, 1995-09-01
  12. Endometriosis: Natural & Medical Solutions by Kaz Cooke, Ruth Trickey, 2003-06-01
  13. The Endometriosis Survival Guide: Your Guide to the Latest Treatment Options and the Best Coping Strategies by Margot Fromer, 1998-01-15
  14. Endometriosis: A Natural Approach by Jo Mears, 1998-01

1. Endometriosis : Global Forum For News And Information In Endometriosis medical, surgical, complementary therapies for the treatment of endometriosis. Links to endometriosis support groups worldwide.
Welcome to the global forum for information about endometriosis
ENDOMETRIOSIS is one of the most common causes of pelvic pain and infertility in women. If you want to know more about endometriosis and how to treat it, you have come to the right place! NEWS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS TREATMENT OPTIONS COPING ... is the global platform which links all stake holders in endometriosis. It facilitates collaboration and information sharing between women with endometriosis, physicians, scientists, and others interested in the disease. This international cooperation and exchange of experience enables us to deliver up to date, evidence based, information and news about endometriosis. Our goal is to provide knowledge to empower women with endometriosis to participate fully in making informed decisions about their treatment options.

2. Endometriosis - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
endometriosis (from endo, inside , and metra, womb ) is a gynecological medical condition in women in which endometriallike cells appear and flourish in areas outside the
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page Endometriosis Classification and external resources ICD N ICD OMIM ... MeSH Endometriosis (from endo , "inside", and metra womb ") is a gynecological medical condition in women in which endometrial -like cells appear and flourish in areas outside the uterine cavity , most commonly on the ovaries. The uterine cavity is lined by endometrial cells, which are under the influence of female hormones. These endometrial-like cells in areas outside the uterus (endometriosis) are influenced by hormonal changes and respond in a way that is similar to the cells found inside the uterus. Symptoms often worsen with the menstrual cycle. Endometriosis is typically seen during the reproductive years; it has been estimated that endometriosis occurs in roughly 5-10% of women. Symptoms may depend on the site of active endometriosis. Its main but not universal symptom is

3. Endometriosis
endometriosis is one of the most common gynecological diseases, affecting more than 5.5 million women in North America alone. The two most common symptoms of

4. Endometriois And Fertility Clinic
Offers general information and nutritional support for endometriosis suffers.
Welcome to the Endometriosis HELP Pages We hope that you will find information in these pages useful. Please travel through these pages to find ideas which may work for you. On Wednesday the 10th of November Dian is giving another talk in the Nutri Centre at 7pm. Watch it live or watch it later click here. To get the best benefit from the lecture download the slides for this presentation and follow the slides as you watch the video Click here to download On Wednesday the 15th September Dian gave a presentation at the Nutri Centre on "What is a Normal Period? Reduce Your Pain and PMS Symptoms". The video is available to watch online Click here. To get the best benefit from the lecture download the slides from this presentation and follow the slides and the video. Click here The President of the Endometriosis SHE Trust, Chris Mann is performing again. Chris Mann will be appearing on Smooth Radio this coming Sunday (June 6th) to talk about his forthcoming 104-mile charity bike ride, the blight of endometriosis and the role of our Trust. More details on timings later. In the meantime, please take a look at his Justgiving site and maybe make a donation - however small. Let's keep him fired up!

5. Endometriosis | BabyCenter
Find out what endometriosis is and how you can treat it.

6. Teens And Endo
of the condition, symptoms, outcomes, treatments and self help options.......

7. Endometriosis Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, And Treatment By
Lern about endometriosis symptoms like pelvic pain, infertility, diarrhea, constipation, lower back pain, abdominal pain, irregular or heavy menstrual bleeding, and even blood
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Most women who have endometriosis, in fact, do not have symptoms. Of those who do experience symptoms, the common symptoms are pain (usually pelvic) and infertility. Pelvic pain usually occurs during or just before menstruation and lessens after menstruation. Some women experience painful sexual intercourse (dyspareunia) or cramping during intercourse, and or/pain during bowel movements and/or urination. Even pelvic examination by a doctor can be painful. The pain intensity can change from month to month, and vary greatly among women. Some women experience progressive worsening of symptoms, while others can have resolution of pain without treatment.

8. Endometriosis
EndoGyn Endoscopic Gynecology Centers Special treatment endometriosis At this website you will all topics relevant to endometriosis, general and specific for EndoGyn .
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9. Endometriosis - Home
Australian organisation provides patient information leaflets to download.
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Home Information on Endometriosis Endometriosis is a common and often painful condition. It is thought to affect approximately 10 per cent of women (one in 10) at some stage during their menstruating years. It can occur anytime, from when periods start, right up to the time of menopause.
Endometriosis occurs when the tissue that normally lines the uterus (the endometrium) is found in sites outside the uterus. The misplaced tissue implants itself onto the surface of the tissue or organ where it has been deposited and begins to grow and function.
Symptoms can include:
  • Period pain Abdominal, back and/or pelvic pain Heavy or irregular bleeding Bowel or bladder symptoms Infertility Premenstrual symptoms Tiredness Mood changes Bloating
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10. Institute For Female Alternative Medicine Endometriosis
Information about symptoms, diagnosis and surgical and non-surgical treatments for endometriosis.
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The normal tissue lining the uterine cavity is called the endometrium. Endometriosis is a condition in which the presence of this endometrial tissue moves outside the uterus. The most common places for implantation are the ovaries, fallopian tubes, bladder and intestines, uterine wall, and the lining of the pelvis. In very rare cases it may be found in the lungs, surgical wounds (cesarean section scars), brain tissue and the vaginal wall. The explanation on how this tissue moves outside the uterine cavity is under debate. It is thought that during menstruation, blood can regurgitate out of the fallopian tubes and into the abdominal cavity. This process is known as retrograde bleeding.
How common is endometriosis?
The true incidence of Endometriosis is not really known, but it is thought that 10-15% of all women of reproductive age will develop Endometriosis and 25-35% of all infertile women have Endometriosis. The risk of this disease is seven times greater if a mother or sister have had the disease. back to top
What are the symptoms of Endometriosis?

11. Endometriosis: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
endometriosis is a condition in which the tissue that behaves like the cells lining the uterus (endometrium) grows in other areas of the body, causing pain, irregular bleeding
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Endometriosis is a condition in which the tissue that behaves like the cells lining the uterus (endometrium) grows in other areas of the body, causing pain, irregular bleeding, and possible infertility The tissue growth (implant) typically occurs in the pelvic area, outside of the uterus, on the ovaries, bowel, rectum, bladder, and the delicate lining of the pelvis. However, the implants can occur in other areas of the body, too.
Each month a woman's ovaries produce hormones that stimulate the cells of the uterine lining (endometrium) to multiply and prepare for a fertilized egg. The lining swells and gets thicker. If these cells (called endometrial cells) grow outside the uterus, endometriosis results. Unlike cells normally found in the uterus that are shed during menstruation, the ones outside the uterus stay in place. They sometimes bleed a little bit, but they heal and are stimulated again during the next cycle. This ongoing process leads to symptoms of endometriosis (pain) and can cause scars ( adhesions ) on the tubes, ovaries, and surrounding structures in the pelvis.

12. Endometriosis
endometriosis Definition endometriosis is a condition in which the tissue that behaves like the cells lining the uterus (endometrium) grows in other areas of the body, causing

13. Endometriosis SheTrust UK
Information for endometriosis sufferers about alternative therapies available. Store for leaflets and products.

14. Endometriosis : What Is Endometriosis?
endometriosis is tissue similar to the lining of the uterus which is found elsewhere in the body causing pain and infertility. endometriosis treatments here!
Endometriosis affects an estimated 1 in 10 women during their "reproductive years" (that's the years between starting your period and menopause). This is approximately 176 million women worlwide, who have endometriosis - regardless of their ethnic and social background. Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus (the endometrial stroma and glands, which should only be located inside the uterus) is found elsewhere in the body. Endometriosis lesions can be found anywhere in the pelvic cavity: on the ovaries, the fallopian tubes, and on the pelvic sidewall. Other common sites include the uterosacral ligaments, the cul-de-sac, the Pouch of Douglas, and in the rectal-vaginal septum. In addition, it can be found in caecarian-section scars, laparoscopy or laparotomy scars, and on the bladder, bowel, intestines, colon, appendix, and rectum. But these locations are not so common.

15. Endometriosis - The Doctors Lounge(TM)
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Endometriosis is a medical condition where the tissue lining the uterus (the endometrium) migrates to other parts of the body. The condition can lead to serious health complications including chronic pain, taut, distended abdomen, abnormal menstruation, infertility, damage to other internal organs and impairment of fertility Endometriosis typically occurs on the surfaces of organs in the pelvic and abdominal areas. Health care providers may call areas of endometriosis by different names, such as implants, lesions, or nodules. The word endometriosis comes from the word "endometrium" - "endo" means "inside" and "metrium" means "mother". Most endometriosis is found in the pelvic cavity:
  • On or under the ovaries On the fallopian tubes Behind the uterus On the tissues that hold the uterus in place, such as ligaments

16. Endometriosis Awareness & Information
This site is dedicated to raising awareness regarding the disease endometriosis.
in Spite of Endo! Help ~ Education ~ Support
The best resource for your battle against the disease is just a click away. Visit the Endometriosis Research Center on the web by clicking here Join the Internet's largest electronic Endo support group , the ERC Angel TM Listserv, by clicking here
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information: verify here . Member since 1997. D espite the vast number of women and adolescents in the world suffering from the reproductive and immunological disease Endometriosis, the illness remains under-diagnosed, under-researched, under-funded and under-treated. There is still, as yet, no definitive cure.
T his site is not intended to suggest or replace medical advice given to you by your doctor; but rather, to educate and empower you to make your own best - informed - decisions concerning your health. While currently incurable, it is entirely possible to effectively manage Endometriosis and live well in spite of the disease . The keys to successfully battling this painful disease include early diagnosis, effective treatment with a true Endometriosis

17. Endometriosis: Symptoms -
endometriosis can be mild, moderate or severe, and without treatment, it tends to get worse over time. Some women with endometriosis have no signs and symptoms at all, and the

18. Endometriosis
endometriosis. endometriosis is a disorder in which abnormal growths of tissue, histologically resembling the endometrium, are present in locations other than the uterine lining.
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Endometriosis is a disorder in which abnormal growths of tissue, histologically resembling the endometrium, are present in locations other than the uterine lining. Although endometriosis can occur very rarely in postmenopausal women, it is found almost exclusively in women of reproductive age. All other manifestations of endometriosis exhibit a wide spectrum of expression. The lesions are usually found on the peritoneal surfaces of the reproductive organs and adjacent structures of the pelvis, but they can occur anywhere in the body ( Fig 40-1 ). The size of the individual lesions varies from microscopic to large invasive masses that erode into underlying organs and cause extensive adhesion formation. Similarly, women with endometriosis can be completely asymptomatic or may be crippled by pelvic pain and infertility.

19. Main Page @ - A Hosted Site
Network of sites about endometriosis, also includes pages about hysterectomy and stories for the younger adult
Teenage Endometriosis Network
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Did you know? In North America alone, there are over 5.5 million women and girls with endo. The Forum is a great place to meet new friends and talk about endo.
Welcome to the new Teenage Endometriosis Network website! This website is not just a page about endo, its a network of sites that help the teen endo sufferer. There are pages for all surgeries that one may face, pages with personal stories, tips for coping with pain, basically everything that you need to help you cope with this disease. I was a teenage endo sufferer and found that there was not enough information out there. Sure there were plently of sites but they were mostly aimed at the older women and the ones that were for teens weren't updated or not even there anymore. One last thing, I would like to dedicate this new site to my mother for all her love, strength, and support throughout my 9 year battle with endo. Without her love and support, I wouldn't be where I am today. Thanks Mom!

20. Endometriosis Symptoms Explained: Pain, Infertility, And Abnormal Bleeding
endometriosis symptoms are often most severe just before and during the menstrual cycle and get All rights reserved. WebMD does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment

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