This tissue thickens and bleeds during your monthly cycle, however the blood cannot escape through the vagina. This blood becomes trapped and irritates tissue around it. This can cause pain and scar tissue. We offer treatments to ease the symptoms so that you can continue with your normal lifestyle.

How we can help if you have endometriosis

Our specialists can investigate your symptoms. They may perform hysteroscopy to look at the organs in your pelvis. This procedure helps to determine if you have endometriosis, fibroids, ovarian cysts or damaged fallopian tubes. Depending on your particular case, different treatments are available. They include:

  • Medication for pain management
  • Hormone treatment
  • Keyhole surgery (using a laparoscope to treat an area of endometrial tissue)
  • Endometrial ablation or resection
  • Hysterectomy (usually only considered if your family is complete and your symptoms are particularly extreme)



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