There are a number of endometriosis treatment options available, however, understandably, not all patients are initially willing to try them. Some fear the surgical procedures while others don't want to take hormonal treatments for the rest of their lives.
The good news is that there are a number of alternative endometriosis cure and treatments available that endometriosis sufferers can try.
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First, though, it is important to have your condition diagnosed correctly to ensure that the symptoms you have are those of endometriosis so that you are aware of what's going on inside your body. Here's a reminder of what having Endometriosis entails.
1. Herbal Medicine
Even if the majority of health experts scoffed at the very thought of using herbs as the main source of drugs, no one can negate the fact that herbal medicines are the first type of drug used by our ancestors.
It focuses on the body's natural way of healing itself. With homeopathic medicine, the immune system is encouraged and enhanced, thus giving the body the ability to fight in the implant. Homeopathy can also be used to relieve the signs of pain and discomfort.
Acupuncture is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and is often used in conjunction with herbal medicine. When visiting a TCM practitioner they will tailor the treatment to you individually so be prepared to tell them all about your medical history and your experience with Endometriosis and your menstrual cycle.