Are you a woman who has been experiencing pains in the abdomen and rectal areas? Do you experience pain in the pelvic area or during sex? Do you experience abnormal bleeding during sex, in the urine, or in the stool?
It's quite possible that you may have endometriosis.
Women with endometriosis don't always have symptoms. Sometimes women go in for treatment for infertility or pelvic pain and get a diagnosis of endometriosis. This guide is to help women who have pelvic pain and endometriosis. It'll help you learn more about this health condition and help you get an idea of available treatment options. Besides this, you'll also find some alternative modes of treatment that could help relieve your symptoms.
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My girlfriend suffers from all the symptoms mentioned in the book, so we learnt a lot. Nothing we didn't have an idea about before, eat healthy, exercise etc. but it did cover some parts that really help us solidify suspicion of what she has.
I did however find the book to be a bit short, I would have liked to hear a bit more research background to back up the claims. Overall it was short and sweet.
I prefer herbal medicines this book made me feel hopeless like there's no way out and the only way to heal myself is if I do a lot of medications and get poked and prodded
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