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Endometriosis

How the Biotherapy Alternative Medicine Clinic can help with endometriosis

Endometriosis affects 7% to 15% of women of reproductive age.

Endometriosis is characterized by the presence and growth of uterine tissue (endometrium) in areas other than the uterus. This can be the pelvic floor or around the fallopian tubes and ovaries. The cause of endometriosis is considered to be retrograde menstrual bleeding through the fallopian tubes into the pelvic cavity. This allows the glandular tissue, which must leave the body through the vagina, to be driven and grown internally. This displaces endometrial tissue that remains hormonally sensitive as it is in the uterus, responding to the effects of female hormones such as estrogen and progesterone. Endometrial tissue adheres to the pelvis’ walls and the surfaces of the pelvic organs, where they grow and continue to thicken and bleed during each menstrual cycle.

It leads often to the concurrent pain and discomfort symptoms of endometriosis that occur just before and during menstruation. These endometrial implants also stimulate the immune system and local inflammatory response.

These effects are believed to underlie infertility, pelvic pain, pain during or after sex, and menstrual pain, heavy menstrual periods or bleeding between periods that often accompanies endometriosis. Some women may experience fatigue, constipation, diarrhea, bloating, nausea, vaginal yeast infection, especially during menstrual periods.

The surrounding tissue can become irritated, eventually leading to scarring tissue and adhesions – abnormal bands of connective tissue that can cause the pelvic organs to stick together.

What do fibroids, endometriosis, and breast cancer have in common? The female hormone estrogen. This hormone is a causative factor in the growth of fibroid tumors, endometriosis lesions, and various types of breast cancer. In fact, estrogen-sensitive breast cancer is the most common type of breast cancer. This means that increasing estrogen production and decreasing estrogen excretion are potentially harmful to the body. Inflammation, insulin resistance, and stress are the leading causes of many diseases, including endometriosis.

Conventional treatment for endometriosis usually involves medication or surgery.

More commonly used pain relievers, such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) Ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) or Naproxen sodium (Aleve), are used by many women to relieve painful menstrual cramps.

Hormone therapy with artificial hormones or substances that stop ovulation in the form of BCPs, IUDs, patches is widespread. Surgery to remove endometriotic implants while preserving the uterus and ovaries, or hysterectomy with removal of the uterus, sometimes with the ovaries, is also common. However, this approach does not guarantee an end to symptoms. All of these symptomatic treatments are not always effective and have serious side effects in the long term.

Here are complementary and alternative treatments, which are safe and effective and address the root of the problem.

  • Normalization of estrogen production
  • Increasing estrogen excretion
  • Decreasing cell sensitivity to estrogen
  • Reducing inflammation
  • Pain relief
  • Insulin resistance control
  • Relieving stress, anxiety, depression, etc.

Many foods can induce and reduce estrogen dominance. At the Biotherapy Clinic, we will teach you how to use the right things. A healthy diet is vital. Not many people realize that environmental and foodborne toxins lead to estrogen production and are carcinogenic.

Estrogen can accumulate in fat tissue, and conversely, adipose tissue can produce more estrogen. Consequently, women with weight problems are prone to estrogen predominance.

The liver is a vital organ for proper hormonal regulation. It converts excess estrogen and excretes it in the bile into the intestines and then out. All problems associated with a fatty liver, flabby gallbladder, and congested bile suppress estrogen elimination and require correction.

Is it possible to reduce the sensitivity of cells to estrogen? Yes. For thousands of years, people have been using so-called feminine herbs. They mimic estrogen, promote regular menstruation, minimize pain, and abnormal bleeding.

Suffering from endometriosis can make life miserable. Therefore, pain and pain alone make women look for something to relieve pain. Pain can lead to stress, anxiety, and depression, which in turn increases pain. A vicious circle ensues.

We at the Alternative Biotherapy Clinic, usually use time-tested, evidence-based treatments focusing on pain and inflammation. Each person has a unique situation, which is why we adapt our treatment to someone’s needs. Some of these methods are:

Healing, alkaline diet

Acupuncture. We use not only Chinese acupuncture but also Japanese scalp therapy, Russian earlobe acupuncture, Korean Su Jok hand-foot acupuncture, and much more.

Abdominal massage can promote bile secretion and estrogen release, relieve constipation and adhesions, and eliminate pelvic congestion.

Herbal Medicine. Our unique herbal formulas, such as Yin Formula, Damp Water Formula, and Lower Bowel Formula, help many women decrease pain and anxiety and improve digestive issues.

Some of our supplements naturally reduce pain, inflammation, cramps, hormonal imbalance and promote immunity and fertility. They help women with persistent overweight problems, anxiety, sleepless nights, mood swings, fatigue, irritability, etc.

Endometriosis isn’t just about painful periods. Scientists in Australia believe that endometriosis may be the result of microbial dysbiosis. Dysbiosis is a condition in which beneficial bacteria from the large intestine, vagina, uterus is destroyed, and opportunistic infections such as microbes, parasites, yeast take their place. Biotherapy Whole-Body Cleansing with the restoration of beneficial bacteria has helped many women regain their health.

One of the most frequently asked women questions: “Why is it so difficult to lose weight if I eat right and exercise?” You can do the same, but suddenly you realize that this is not enough. You may not be aware that hormonal imbalances can affect weight gain. Estrogen predominance, insulin resistance, hypothyroidism, and stress hormone-cortisol affect your weight, mood, immunity, and metabolism. But you can lose weight, get healthy, and do it naturally by balancing essential hormones. We can help.

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