How to transition from hormone treatments for endometriosis MARCH 28, 2014 BY MELISSA 1 COMMENT
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I know when I first found out I had Endometriosis and my doctor recommended I go on hormone treatments for it, I personally think I made that decision out of fear. Fear that the Endometriosis would spread. Fear that things would get worse! I just didn’t want any of it to affect me anymore than it needed to and if these hormonal treatments were somehow going to slow down the Endometriosis growth, then brilliant! I went down the path of hormonal treatments for over 12 years. I tried a wonderful selection of things but ultimately my body just rejected them or couldn’t deal with the constant side-effects. When I eventually decided to try a more natural approach for my Endometriosis, I initially thought I could just stick with the contraceptive pill and adjust my diet etc to kinda “get the best of both worlds” or so I thought. What I didn’t realize was that the contraceptive pill was having effects on all aspects of my body – and not just my hormones. It was affecting my digestion, my liver, and my overall health. Now, I was nervous but somehow I knew I needed to get off the contraceptive pill. I was so scared all the pain would just come rushing back. Here are some of the tips I learned to make it easier for you if you wish to do the same: 1. Build your body up a little before you do it
When I say “build up”, what I mean is, giving your body some boosted good nutrition. Get it...
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