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Hormone treatment of endometriosis

Hormone treatment of endometriosis

Based on the stage of endometriosis and the personal situation of each patient, a hormone treatment, painkillers, or surgery may be the most adequate option.

As regards hormone treatment, oral contraceptive pills are the most common drugs used to treat mild endometriosis. Your doctor may recommend that you take GnRH antagonists, although this option is only viable during 6 months. Finally, Danazol is a widely used medication to prevent the massive growth of endometrial implants.

By (gynecologist), (embryologist) and (babygest staff).
Last Update: 05/14/2018