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Chinese Herbs for Endometriosis
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A Natural Treatment for Endometriosis

From a Western biomedical point of view or what your doctor would tell you, endometriosis is a condition where cells that should be in the uterus have wondered outside of the uterus. They still act the same way they did when they were still in the uterus. They bleed or slough off every month when the woman has her period but there is no place for the blood to go. This is painful and this is why the main symptom of endometriosis is severely painful periods. It hurts just like it hurts when you bleed from an injury.

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The bleeding of these wayward cells can cause scars or adhesions when one organ sticks to another organ. If these cells have made their home between the uterus and intestines for example, the pain during the period may also involve changes in your bowel movements along with the sharp painful periods. If the cells are located between the uterus and the bladder you might urinate more during your period. The scaring can build up from this monthly bleeding and form big thick bands of scars. You can imagine how painful this would be. It could feel heavy or feel like something is pulling downward in the lower abdomen and even into the thighs. There can also be pain during intercourse as the adhesions are still there after your period ends.

Interestingly, there is no correlation between the severity of the pain and the extent of the endometriosis. In fact, some women with severe endometriosis experience no symptoms at all while other women with only slight endometriosis can have severe pain.

pain from endometriosis helped by herbs

There are no tests your doctor can do to determine if you have endometriosis. They will not be able to see or feel anything during your yearly gynecological exam. The only way for your doctor to know for sure that you have endometriosis is to go in and look around. They will do a laparoscopy, the type of surgery that is done through small holes in the lower abdomen. When they are in there they can burn it off. \

Women with endometriosis will often be put on drugs for a few months after the surgery that will completely stop their reproductive cycle in hopes that the endometriosis will not come back. The drugs actually put the woman into temporary menopause and women can have all the symptoms of menopause.

natural alternative to surgery for endometriosis

They can have horrible night sweats and hot flashes on these medications.

Danazol, a hormonal drug is also used for treating endometriosis. It is a drug related to male sex hormones with many dramatic side effects, including weight gain and increased muscle, increased facial hair, reduced breast size, mood changes, depression, acne, decreased sex drive, headaches, hot flashes, nausea, oily skin, and a deep voice. This last change is often permanent and irreversible even after the medication is stopped. The painful periods would have to be very sever for women to put up with these side effects.

There is no explanation for why the endometriosis returns after it has been removed. Perhaps the cells where microscopic and the surgeon can only remove what is visible. Did more cells wander out of the uterus and settle in the same place?

Endometriosis is on the rise. It is also a major cause of infertility. 30-70% of women investigated for infertility are found to have endometriosis in varying degrees of severity. However, as it also occurs in cases where women did not have fertility problems, this association does not necessarily prove there is a causal link between endometriosis and infertility.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine Fertility Herbs and Endometriosis


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Traditional Chinese Medicine has another explanation for these very painful period women have when they are diagnosed with endometriosis and offer a much less toxic form of treatment that does not have these horrible side effects and doesn’t involve surgery. Best of all this natural treatment for endometriosis is very effective at stopping the pain and even break up the adhesions.
Traditional Chinese Medical theory views endometriosis as a problem of “blood stagnation”. When the blood stagnates it will cause problems where ever it is sitting for too long. We often need to use herbs to move blood. If there is a lot of scaring or adhesions Chinese herbs that are known to break up masses will be given too.

You might wonder why the blood would stagnate. Often it happens because there is a deficiency of blood in the body. You can imagine it as a river that does not have enough water in it. It will form puddles rather flowing. These puddles are like the stagnating blood. Herbs that nourish blood are often added to Chinese herbal formula when treating blood stagnation problems.

Below are a few examples of Chinese herbs that might be used in a formula.
They are not the only herbs as each woman is different so each formula could be different. Only a practitioner of Chinese Medicine would know how to look for all the signs and symptoms that could be involved in this complex condition.

Chinese herbs: succinum, rhubarb, turtle shell, trogopterus, typha, sparganium, zedoaria, myrrh, frankincense

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Chinese formulas: Shi Xiao San, Shao Fu Zhu Yu Tang, Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang, Nei Yi Wan

Case History: Prachi S. a 35 year old woman suffered from painful periods since she was 12 years old. She had 4 miscarriages and was diagnosed with endometriosis by her reproductive endocrinologist. He removed what he could see with surgery but she was still not conceiving and the painful periods returned after the surgery.

Her Traditional Chinese Medical intake revealed that in addition to the painful periods, she felt very cold in general. She had back pain, dizziness, ringing in her ears and even had night sweats once in a while. Her periods were scanty and bright red.

Prachi was given a formula that nourished the “Kidney Yin” and warmed and nourished the “kidney yang” along with herbs to move and nourish blood. This gave her more fluids in the body including blood and helped the circulation as the “Kidney Yang” will warm and move Qi (the energy of the body).

The formula contained the following Chinese herbs:
Dang gui
Bai shao
Shan yao
E jiao
Shan zhu yu
Ba ji tian
Zhi gan cao
Chi shao

Prachi reported that her periods were a little less painful after one month of taking the herbs. The second month she was over joyed that she could continue on with her daily life when before she was in bed from the pain. The 3rd month after taking the herbs her husband called to say that he had was so grateful to have his wife fully functioning and in no pain at all during her period. The next month she conceived a child and held it full term. This was her first pregnancy after trying for nearly 8 years.

Slight modifications in the formula where made each month as the treatment continued. She stopped taking the herbs when she became pregnant.

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Fertility Herbalist
Patricia Karnowski 
MSOM, Dipl.Ac, LAc (Mi)

806 River St.
Owosso, Mi 48867

 We help you to conceive without IVF. Only highest quality natural Chinese fertility herbs are used. Chinese herbs are used to help you in conception. You may need herbs for poly cystic ovaries and irregular period under the care of a highly qualified fertility herbalist. with a Master's Degree in Oriental Medicine.