Helpful advice for symptoms

by Anonymous

I was diagnosed with endometriosis in 2002 when I had my first surgery and removed my right ovary. I was 26 at the time. Through the years the symptoms changed form, other times they became more severe and at times less.

Doctors said that they don't think this is endometriosis still, but of course there is no way to know without a labaroscopy been done. Mostly I get the IBS symptoms (constipation, bloating, diarrhoea),the hip pain, pulling sensation, the nausea, the skin sensitivity, blood in teeth, once in the eye, and recently severe gastrointestinal problems (acid reflex,allergies and asthma).

All these symptoms get worst around time of ovulation until my period begins. What I found helpful since the doctors only option is birthing or laparoscopy, is first and most important: Stay Positive and taking control of the situation.

1.Specific diet (research a lot about it)
2.Exercise (even more important)
3.As with every problem in our life, acceptance of a difficult situation and finding meaning in what we face and why, really helps a lot!
4.Remember those who suffer more and pray for them xxx(:

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