If you are new to Endometriosis and have only just discovered what it is, you are likely filled with many questions about cysts, growths and adhesions. In today’s video, I want to share my theories around what I believe Endometriosis is.
Here is what I will be covering in the video today:
- The 3 key things I believe we should focus on when it comes to Endometriosis;
- Why I believe hormone imbalance is not what we should focus on;
- The key reason we experience estrogen dominance; and
- Why I believe Endometriosis is an auto-Immune condition.
Interestingly there have been a number of studies indicating that Endometriosis creates inflammatory mediators such as prostaglandin E2 and F2a (Bulun 2009; Ziegler 2010; Reis 2013).
Another study indicates the involvement of the immune system in the development of Endometriosis and how this correlation could help find better diagnostic tools for the condition. (Kyama 2003)
Parazzini, F., Viganò, P., Candiani, M., & Fedele, L. (2013). Diet and endometriosis risk: A literature review. Reproductive BioMedicine Online, 26(4), 323–336. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.rbmo.2012.12.011
Wieser, F., Cohen, M., Gaeddert, A., Yu, J., Burks-Wicks, C., Berga, S. L., & Taylor, R. N. (2007). Evolution of medical treatment for endometriosis: back to the roots? Human Reproduction Update, 13(5), 487–499. http://doi.org/10.1093/humupd/dmm015
I believe we all need to be open to the potential of other ideas around resolving Endometriosis. I also don’t see the current conventional treatments being effective at really supporting women with Endometriosis. Perhaps my theories will be advanced further through this video and someone with an open mind will explore them?
All I know is that since I have approached my body with a focus on the key 3 aspects I discuss in the video, I have managed to successfully reduce my pain and symptoms with Endometriosis.
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