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  1. Understanding Endometriosis -- the Basics

    Get the basics on endometriosis, a uterine condition, from the experts at WebMD.

  2. Understanding Endometriosis -- Prevention

    Learn more from WebMD about risk factors for developing endometriosis.

  3. Understanding Endometriosis -- Diagnosis and Treatment

    The experts at WebMD explain the diagnosis and treatment of endometriosis.

  4. Understanding Endometriosis -- Symptoms

    Get the basics on the symptoms of endometriosis from the experts at WebMD.

  5. 10 Questions to Ask Doctor About Endometriosis

    Just diagnosed with endometriosis? Ask your doctor these questions.

  6. Endometriosis and Fallopian Tube Problems

    Endometriosis affects about 5.5 million women in North America and is one of the top three causes of infertility in women. WebMD looks at the diagnosis and treatment of this disease.

  7. Danazol for Endometriosis

    Drug details for Danazol for endometriosis.

  8. Endometriosis - When To Call a Doctor

    For endometriosis, call a health professional immediately if you develop sudden, severe pelvic pain.

  9. Stages of Endometriosis - Topic Overview

    Staging is a way of describing how mild or severe a condition is. The stage of the endometriosis is determined by looking at the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries and inside the abdomen and lower pelvic area. Usually, this is done with a viewing instrument inserted through a small incision in the belly (laparoscopy). But endometriosis is sometimes first found during surgery for an unrelated condition. Endometriosis is classified in four stages:Stage I: minimalStage II: mild Stage III: moderateStage IV: severeThe stage of the endometriosis is based on the:Location of endometriosis growths (implants).Number of places the implants are found.Depth the implants penetrate into normal tissue.Severity of the scar tissue (adhesions) around the implants.

  10. Endometriosis - Home Treatment

    Home treatment may ease the pain and discomfort of endometriosis. You can supplement your medical treatment plan with one or more of the following measures. Take an anti - inflammatory drug (NSAID) such as ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil) on a regular schedule.

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