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This site is prepared to help those who are diagnosed with Endometriosis , who are to have Endometriosis Surgery and who had unsuccessful prior Endometriosis Surgery.
The objective is to explain the complexity of Endometriosis Surgical Treatment in simpler terms, and what to look in choosing the right surgeon, and what questions to ask for the best outcome after surgery.
Expert Endometriosis Surgeons agree unanimously; Surgery is the only treatment modality that works. Repeatedly results have shown clearly Endometriosis is highly treatable. However what technique works and what does not may not be even agreed upon between good surgeons.
Whether you had previuos laser laparoscopies, or spend all your fortune for infertility to get pregnant with IVF treatments, this is the site for you to understand how the minimally surgery really works. Who really should perform your surgery?
By now you may already know, birth control pills and Lupron perscriptions are not treatment for Endometriosis. You may have failed IVF has failed multiple times, or hysterectomy and removal of your ovaries was offered to as the last option. It is not even unusual to have still symptoms of endometriosis after hysteretomy, was it wrong hysterectomy or incomplete Endometriosis Surgery? This is the site you will learn in the real inside story!
This site is also for patients who think they are being treated by the best doctors, in the renowned academic centers and in the hand of best IVF clincs.
treated with Irritable bowel syndrome IBS after colonoscopies by gastroenterologists, and who ended up in emergency rooms to have appendectomy surgery .
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Various degrees of operative treatment can be found for endometriosis. The simplest form of operation and treatment of selection is laparoscopy and numerous types of processes may be done down the laparoscope to get rid of the endometriosis or its effects. A more important type of operation is laparotomy, in which a substantial incision is made in the abdomen wall to really execute a definitive surgical procedure. It's therefore better to hardly ever use laparotomy a treatment for endometriosis. Burning endometriosis by diathermy or laser may be used to take care of mild endometriosis, or it may be utilized in the circumstance of a Second look laparoscopy towards the end of the class of hormonal therapy.
Laparoscopy is initially used to diagnose endometriosis. Simple combusting treatment is not always the answer for endometriosis as it is somewhat like trying to take care of a case of measles by combusting the spots away. Occasionally it is best to combine a hormonal regimen with local destructive treatment for extensive mild endometriosis. This is now the operative treatment of choice for endometriosis. It often may take one to 3 hours and involve lots of dissection of the pelvis structures when the endometriosis has caused serious damage, which should be repaired. Lumps of endometriosis are removed with great precision due to the improved visibility of the laparoscope.
At these laparoscopies all the scarring and endometriosis is removed and removed. The goal is to leave the pelvis completely free from all scarring and endometriosis. Patients frequently need a bowel clean out prior to surgery, as frequently at this level of severity, the endometriosis involves bowel adhesions. This is now very rarely utilized in the presence of persisting very serious endometriosis after other forms of treatment aren't possible. It's especially used in which substantial lumps of endometriosis form in the ovaries and are difficult to treat with drug treatment or laparoscopic surgery. A substantial incision is made in the abdomen wall and the aim of the operation is to remove as much endometriosis as possible to leave the patient disease free. This kind of endometriosis surgery is frequently done to improve an otherwise severely damaged pelvis and enhance a patient's fertility or during the time of a hysterectomy.
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