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Still having symptoms from Endometriosis

Postby Guest Posts on Wed Mar 06, 2019 3:05 pm

I read that the average time it takes to be diagnosed with Endometriosis is 10 years. I was diagnosed 23 years after the symptoms started. I was also told that it resolves itself after the Menopause. Due to the problems associated with Endometriosis I have had 4 surgeries culminating in a hysterectomy. I still have symptoms and I have now been informed that in some post-menopausal women, the symptoms actually continue due to there still being implants and oestrogen from sources other than the ovaries. Is this the case? How would this be treated?

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Re: Still having symptoms from Endometriosis

Postby talkhealth on Tue Apr 02, 2019 12:01 pm

Unfortunately our experts were unable to answer this question and advise you to see your healthcare professional.
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