The Myth regarding medical “therapy” of endometriosis
Very often we hear about cases in which endometriosis patients receive medical-hormonal regimens in order to “treat” their disease. The medical regimens used for this purpose are usually: [...]
Urinary tract endometriosis is the 2nd most common form of extra-pelvic endometriosis (after gastrointestinal tract endometriosis). Urinary bladder is affected in 85% of the cases and the ureter [...]
Endometriosis of the urinary tract
How common does endometriosis affect the urinary tract and where? The evidence shows that 1-4% of women with endometriosis,will also have endometriosis somewhere in the urinary tract.These sites [...]
Endometriosis and cancer
Endometriosis is a very common gynaecological condition. According to the data 1 out of 10 women has some form of endometriosis.
5 frequent questions and answers about endometriosis
The most important step in treating endometriosis is the detailed and thorough evaluation of patients’ symptoms. This allows us to fully understand the degree in which their quality of life is [...]
Endometriosis of the bowel
Endometriosis is the condition in which endometrial-like cells grow in areas outside of the uterus. One of these areas is the space behind the uterus and in front of the bowel (rectum/sigmoid).
Myths and facts about endometriosis
Endometriosis is a very complex condition and unfortunately as a result there are many myths and misinterpretations around it. These myths are being reproduced not only by online resources but [...]