Tag Archives: chronic pelvic pain

Do birth control pills help with pain associated with endometriosis?

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  Endometrium is the normal tissue that lines the uterine cavity and it grows in response to estrogen.  Endometriosis occurs when the endometrial tissue grows outside the body of the uterus.  Endometriosis (endometrium outside the uterus) is also generally thought … Continue reading

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Medications that relieve pain associated with endometriosis

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  Analgesics are medications that relieve pain (provide analgesia).  These “pain killers” can act in many different ways, some work locally and are administered at the site of pain and others work systemically and are administered orally or parenterally to … Continue reading

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Treatment of endometriosis is based on the symptom

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  Endometriosis is associated with pain (which includes but is not limited to dysmenorrhea = pelvic pain with menstruation, dyspareunia especially during menses = pelvic pain with sexual intercourse, dysuria especially during menses = pelvic pain with urination, dyschezia especially … Continue reading

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Is it necessary to always diagnose endometriosis with laparoscopy?

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  Endometriosis is very common, and certainly under-diagnosed, in reproductive age women.  Endometriosis is known to cause two major problems: infertility and progressive pelvic pain (often with gastrointestinal problems like constipation and/or diarrhea and urinary problems like sharp subrapubic pain … Continue reading

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Do I have endometriosis?

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  Endometriosis can cause a woman to have pelvic pain that initially is most intense during the menstrual flow and progresses over time to become increasingly severe and extend throughout the entire monthly cycle.  Women with any stage of endometriosis … Continue reading

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Dr. Eric Daiter reviews how to find a comfortable infertility office

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    To find a medical office that is correct for you, and to find a physician that you really click with, I (Dr. Eric Daiter) think that three things have to happen.  (1) You have to be completely confident … Continue reading

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Dr. Eric Daiter review: laparoscopy for severe endometriosis

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Hi, my name is Ruth and I was referred to Dr. Daiter by my family doctor.  The reason I was referred to Dr. Daiter is because I suffer from a condition called “endometriosis.”  So I asked my family doctor to … Continue reading

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Dr. Eric Daiter reviews: successful couple describes experience

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    Hi my name is Terri and this is my husband Tom.  We found Dr. Daiter through recommendations from family members and past patients.  We had been trying for a few years to start a family and when that … Continue reading

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Monica reviews Dr. Eric Daiter after laparoscopy for endometriosis

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Hi, my name is Monica.  My name is Vikas.  And this is Nirvan. I first went to Dr. Daiter when we started wanting to have a child.  We were trying for about two years, I was starting to experience trouble … Continue reading

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A longterm endometriosis patient reviews Dr. Eric Daiter – Susan

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  Hi my name is Susan and I first met Dr. Daiter in 1998 when I was not married.  I was 31 years old and I knew I always wanted to have children.  I was having some difficulty with my … Continue reading

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