Endometriosis: After Surgery? What Next

Women who undergo surgical treatment of endometriosis are likely to have recurrence. A study by Vercellini in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology stated that afer endometriosis surgery about 60% have recurrence of pain and that it's very important to take medical therapy after the surgery to make sure the pain doesn't return. They have showing in other studies that just using medical therapy for under 3 months after surgery is of no benefit at all.. Actually the type of surgery that people have is important. If you had a cyst of endometriosis called an endometrioma removal of the whole cyst rather than jst cauterizing it delayed the recurrence of pain and sped up the time to pregnancy in one study conducted in the late 90s.


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