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Endometriosis and its diet

Endometriosis is caused by some cells of the uterine mucosa that are implanted in regions other than the inner wall of the uterus (endometrium): therefore the outer wall of the uterus, ovaries, tubes, peritoneum, vagina, intestine, bladder and more rarely in others organs such as lungs and skin. When localized in the context of the…

Uterine adenomyosis: what it is

Uterine adenomyosis is a condition of the female reproductive system characterized by the invasion of the muscular wall of the uterus (myometrium) by the endometrium. The uterus then thickens and enlarges to double or triple, although it generally does not exceed the size of a uterus at 12 weeks of gestation. The invasion of the…

Fall diet for endometriosis

On the basis of the most recent scientific data it is possible to identify a food plan aimed at taking care of all those aspects related to endometriosis, including all those foods capable of promoting symptomatic remission. The goal is to have as much as possible a reduction in inflammation and an increased intestinal function,…

Endometriosis and diagnosis

Recent research shows that there are now an average of 7.5 years among women who first see a doctor for their symptoms and receive a definitive diagnosis. Disabling pain during menstruation, during sexual intercourse, digestive and urinary disorders, abnormal bleeding, pain when walking: this symptomatology must emerge clearly during an interview with doctors, and must…

The use of supplements in the treatment of endometriosis

Conventional therapies focus on reducing systemic levels of estrogen; however, they do not have desirable efficacy at times and possess notable side effects. Therefore, there is a growing interest in the use of herbal medicine for the treatment of endometriosis. We have already discussed how those who suffer from endometriosis should have a certain lifestyle…

Omega-3 and Omega-6

The most recent scientific discoveries have shown how diet and lifestyle influence the regulation of estrogen and consequently the menstrual cycle. Some studies correlate endometriosis and dysmenorrhea, (presence of acute uterine pains during the menstrual cycle) especially in developing countries, where the incidence of dysmenorrhea varies from 45% to 90% and which is more frequently…

Endometriosis and Estrogens

If you often read about endometriosis on various blogs and sites, you will find it defined as an estrogen-dependent disease. But what does this epithet mean? And above all, what does it imply? As we all know, the cells that normally line the endometrium respond to the physiological hormonal changes that characterize the rhythm of…

Introduction to Endometrios and inflammation

We are in 400 BC and the father of medicine, Hippocrates, had already understood the amazing connection between nutrition and health: “Let food be thy medicine, and let medicine be thy food.” he was reciting on his Greek island of Kos. And even today, in the 21st century, the scientific community has no doubt: many…

Adenomyosis, internal endometriosis

In 10% of cases, endometriosis appears associated with adenomyosis. In fact, their relationship is such that, often in the field of gynecology and reproductive medicine, adenomyosis is also called internal endometriosis. In fact, it is an abnormality in the junction area between the endometrium (that part that lines the uterus) and the myometrium (uterine wall…

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