Betty asks about endometriosis pain…
I am 24 and have Endometriosis, and have not had a period in over a year (doctor managed). However, I have had breakthrough bleeding when I wipe daily since November, so my doctor gave me a period. I am in SO much pain! I am taking Tylenol #1 with Codiene, but it’s not really working. I don’t know if I should be going to a doctor for stronger meds, or just suffer through the pain. Also, my pain is not only in my uterus/ovary area, but I am having a lot of cramping in my vagina. Any suggestions would be great!
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Lisa answers about endometriosis pain:
I am sorry you have so much pain. At least inform you doctor regarding that. Tell him/her that you are still suffering from the same problem. I would recommend you to try a natural program for treating endometriosis. You should feel relief from pain in few days and resolve the endometriosis in several menstrual cycles.
Quick tip to avoid the worse menstrual pain: stop eating meat and eggs 6 days before menstruation and during first 3 days of menstruation. You should already feel a major relief.
Also avoid consumption of sugar and try a herbal tea made of alchemilla.
To cure completely is better to take on a complete program and follow it step by step. I recommend the book “Treating Your Endometriosis” which is a complex system that will guide you step-by-step through natural healing, giving you detailed practical advice.
You can visit the Treating Your Endometriosis official website here.
Wish you a quick recovery
Topic: Endometriosis Treatment, Endometriosis pain