Endometriosis can affect women differently. Dr. Magtibay describes the symptoms associated with endometriosis and explains that the amount of pain is often disproportionate to the amount of disease found in the pelvis.
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Aug. 25, 2016 A previously unknown way that stress hormones (glucocorticoids) shut off genes in the liver to help the body adapt to the fasting state has now been identified byresearchers. The study describes an ... read more
Aug. 24, 2016 A researcher has discovered a way to kill spreading breast cancer cells and her new technology has generated a licensing agreement that will accelerate the therapy's path to ... read more
Mar. 29, 2016 Women who have endometriosis -- abnormal growth of uterine tissue -- may have a higher risk of coronary heart disease. The association between endometriosis and coronary heart disease was strongest ... read more
Dec. 21, 2015 Women who suffer from pelvic pain caused by endometriosis may need psychological intervention in order to help improve their mental health and quality of life, new research indicates. The study also ... read more
May 1, 2015 Researchers are a step closer to understanding the risk factors associated with endometriosis thanks to a new study. A lot remains unknown about what causes, and how to effectively prevent and treat, ... read more