'Endometriosis made zero sense to me': what will it take to stop women suffering needlessly?

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Docs behind new Australian tips for remedy of the painful illness say they're hampered by a scarcity of high quality scientific proof

Prof Jason Abbott’s curiosity in gynaecology was piqued within the early 1990s when he handled a big variety of ladies complaining of troubling signs together with – however not restricted to – pelvic ache, fatigue, heavy bleeding, painful intercourse and painful bowel actions.

And whereas a few of these ladies would ultimately be given a analysis of endometriosis – a severe disorder in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus, causing inflammation and pain – Abbott stated the identification of the illness typically offered no assist in treating the signs.

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