Medication To Treat Endometriosis?
Morning doc. I was diagnosed with endometriosis. I recommend taking the evening primrose oil medicine. I want to ask. Is it right that I got the doctor? Thank you.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The content you mentioned is one type of herbal plant originating from North and South America. This plant can also be found in Europe and parts of Asia. Characteristics of this plant are yellow flowers that bloom in the afternoon and buds during the day. The oil produced from this plant can be used to make medicine.
Related to your question, so far the proven benefits can be given from this plant is to overcome the symptoms of nerve damage due to diabetes, and overcome the problem of osteoporosis or bone loss by increasing bone density. For endometriosis itself which is a condition of uterine tissue growth abnormalities that have an impact on the menstrual cycle, so far not enough evidence has been found to its efficacy.
So our advice, you should still check yourself to the obstetrician, to find out what treatment is best for you. If you have checked yourself with a gynecologist but are unsuccessful, return to the same doctor for an evaluation and look for other possible treatments. You may also seek a second opinion from another obstetrician to convince yourself more. But clearly, the examination must be done so that you can get the right treatment.
Meanwhile, if you still want to take the herbal remedy, it is fine as long as it does not prevent you from going to the doctor. In fact, it would be better if you discuss with your obstetrician about the advice you heard, so that the handling of a doctor and herbal treatment can go hand in hand. However, if you are taking certain routine medications, or feel certain symptoms after taking these drugs, immediately consult a doctor to ascertain their condition. So, hopefully answering your question.