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    ineedhelp0987 posted:
    I was diagnosed with endometriosis about a month ago and have been having pain since the beginning of August and always a slight pain with some sex positions. I am in my senior year of high school and the pain really affects my school days and my ability to do my homework and learn, physically and emotionally it wears me down. I was wondering if anybody knew If eating a healthy diet and excercising regularly helps? And if anybody has any tips on managing the pain because over the counter pain reliever such as Aleve does not help?
     
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    jazmynsmybiscuit responded:
    Aleve will never cut it for endo. I used naproxen for a number of years but it is no ineffective I take an anti inflamitory along with tramadol. Do not let your doctor fool you into think otc is acceptable...if they do find a better doctor preferably an endrocronologist. As for diet read up on it there are tons of resources...I have cut back on dairy which has helped. As for sex you really need an understanding partner. I found a light squeeze he understands will help communicate when things are uncomfortable. I would suggest getting on bcp continuously to avoid period trauma all together...this was extremly helpful for me. Also if you pay attention to your cycle you will notice times during the month sex is more comfortable due to hormones and what the cervix is up to.
     
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    antonellamessi responded:
    Some specific foods we can try:

    Millet
    It contains a lot of carbohydrates which has a great effect on relieving stress, tension, fatigue. Cooking it into porridge is the best choice.

    Mushroom
    Mushrooms contain a variety of vitamins, minerals which play a significant role on promoting human metabolism and improving the body's resilience. You can choose to cook it with other vegetables.

    Hawthorn

    It has been confirmed that it has great effect on treating cancer. To endometriosis, hawthorn can speed up the blood circulation.

    Except for those foods introduced above, you can choose some Chinese medicine to cooperate with the diet treatment. Natural herbs such as Poria cocos, Rradices scutellariae, Gardenia, Atractylodes ovata, Dioscorea Batatas, Atractylodes sinensis, Talcum, Angelica, Semen persicae, Saffron, liquorice, etc. are helpful in relieving endometriosis. Herbal medicines like Fuyan Pill has been confirmed effective to treat endometriosis.

    Some famous and experienced herbalists believe this treatment works well because it can adjust levels of estrogen and it's also proved to be linked with the flare of endometriosis pain.

    If you still want to know more remedies for endometriosis, professioonal online doctors, like Wuhan Dr. Lee's TCM Clinic, they could offer free onlin help to you.


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