If your ovaries are gone then there are no eggs being produced, now if I misunderstood your question and you still have your ovaries yes you can become pregnant although with you being on the pill assuming that your taking it correctly it is a very slim chance that you become pregnant although if you have skipped a period and are worried that you are pregnant take a test ASAP or talk to your doctor and see what is going on so that you can do what needs to be done...Good Luck and God Bles!!
It may come back. Your pain may be less, more, or the same. Check out the Endometriosis Association at endometriosisassn.org and Mary Lou Ballweg's book, Endometriosis: The Complete Reference for Taking Charge of Your Health for more info.Good luck!
The best way to determine pregnancy is always by taking a pregnancy test and seeing your health care provider.
Yes , endometriosis can be cured , this is not a tough disease , if the suffers can take in the right drug , it can be cured within a very short time , the Fuyan pill is one of the best medications that I want to recommend to the endometriosis suffers , it can kill bacteria and promote blood circulation , the suffers can get the radical cure within three months . The suffers can get rid of the pain and they can be pregnant after three months' treatment . So , it is suggested that the endometriosis suffers should not do a surgery to cure their disease , taking the right med is the best solution for them . In the meantime , eating the healthy food and do not eat the spicy food , no smoking and alcohol at all . Endometriosis
Treatment for endometriosis is usually with medications or surgery. Birth control hormones (patch, pills, or ring) or anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) medicines are the most common medications to relieve pain caused by endometriosis. You may ask your doctor for a different drug since there are many choices out there if you do not like the side effects. If you start taking the NSAIDS as soon as you know your period is going to begin, you may get ahead of the pain. You can also try using a heating pad. Another help is to go for a walk or do other exercise, which sounds counterproductive, but it does relieve spasms.As we all know, surgery cause early menopause if you have your ovaries removed at the same time. There is also a less invasive procedure to remove the endometrial issues that has worked for some people, particularly if you would like to become pregnant again. Having had the full hysterectomy surgery, it made a huge difference in my quality of life and I am healthier for taking the step. If you do have endometriosis and do not want a recurrence, consider having both ovaries removed. HRT, hormone replacement therapy, in light doses, can be helpful in keeping up vaginal and bone health as well as keeping hot flashes at bay.Herbal medicine like Fuyan Pill is an alternative medicine to treat endometriosis. In China, endometriosis is called neiyi, meaning internal lump. Lumps, adhesion and tubal blockage caused by endometriosis can make women lose their reproductive ability, called infertility in medical terms. From the TCM point of view, these are mainly caused by heat gathering.
The birth control pill during endometriosis actually helps to restore somewhat of a normal cycle, help control pain from cramping, and can slow down the process of endometriosis growth, particularly post-surgery clean-up. It isn't going to kill you if you quit taking your pill, but chances are that your symptoms of endometriosis will return, and the endometriosis growths will continue to build up at the same rate they were before you began taking that pill. If you can deal with that, endometriosis is not a life-threatening disease in the general sense. However, it can be a breeding ground for other complications that could be ill-fated. Either way, before making this type of decision you should always consult with your doctor first. In fact, you should always consult your doctor before doing anything that could compromise your health either short term or long term.
There is currently no cure for all girls and women with endometriosis. There are a number of treatments available. They include surgery to remove the endo, pain medications, drugs that affect the hormonal system, herbal medicine of Fuyan Pill, and hysterectomy. Often a doctor will start with painkillers and the Pill. It is important to find the right doctor for you.The Endometriosis Assocation can help. Their website is EndometriosisAssn.org. The book, Endometriosis: The Complete Reference for Taking Charge of Your Health, by Mary Lou Ballweg, is also a great resource.
That would depend on the type of transsexual they are. A transsexual woman can never become pregnant, though she can father children before taking hormones and getting surgery. They can never get a womb, though uterus transplants and ectopic pregnancies have been considered as possible options, but both are considered way to dangerous to attempt. A transsexual man can become pregnant if he gets pregnant before taking hormones and getting surgery.
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It happens often, so hysterectomy cannot be considered a cure for endo. Delaying the start of any hormone replacement therapy is a good idea in order to "starve" whatever endo is left. Response to any endo surgery or therapy seems to be very individualized.You will find good information from the Endometriosis Association at EndometriosisAssn.org and in Mary Lou Ballweg's book, Endometriosis: The Complete Reference for Taking Charge of Your Health.Good luck!
You may want to find out whether or not you have endometriosis. Check out the Endometriosis Association's website at EndometriosisAssn.org or Mary Lou Ballweg's book, Endometriosis: The Complete Reference for Taking Charge of Your Health.
Whether transsexual men (female-to-male) have periods depends on if they are taking hormones or have had surgery. If they are taking testosterone, they won't menstruate. If they have had surgery, they certainly won't menstruate.If you are misusing the term "transsexual men" to refer to male-to-female transsexual persons, no, transsexual women won't ever menstruate, since they were born lacking ovaries and a uterus.