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Endometriosis

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a chronic condition affecting women, in which the internal cells in the uterus grow in other parts of the body. Women with endometriosis may experience painful menstruation, abdomen and/or lower back pain, difficulties conceiving, and pain during intercourse. 

Medication and surgery are both options for treating endometriosis, although there is currently no cure for the condition. Treatment of endometriosis is focused on managing the symptoms. Drugs prescribed to patients with endometriosis may include painkillers and hormone medication. These include progesterones, progestins, androgens and gonadotropin releasing hormone agonists. 


Drugs Used To Treat Endometriosis:

Other Infertility Agents
Commonly used to treat Fertility, Irregular Menstruation, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, estrogen replacement therapy, infertility.
Progestogen Only Contraceptives
Commonly used to treat Endometriosis, Birth Control, Renal Cancer, contraception, endometrial cancer.
Progestogens
Commonly used to treat Endometriosis, Irregular Menstruation, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, estrogen replacement therapy.
Gonadotropin-releasing Hormones
Commonly used to treat Endometriosis, Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, dysfunctional uterine bleeding.
Estrogens, Excluding Hormonal Contraceptives
Commonly used to treat Birth Control.

Drugs Related to Endometriosis:

Other Infertility Agents
Commonly used to treat Fertility, Irregular Menstruation, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, estrogen replacement therapy, infertility.
Progestogen Only Contraceptives
Commonly used to treat Endometriosis, Birth Control, Renal Cancer, contraception, endometrial cancer.
Progestogens
Commonly used to treat Endometriosis, Irregular Menstruation, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, estrogen replacement therapy.
Gonadotropin-releasing Hormones
Commonly used to treat Endometriosis, Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, dysfunctional uterine bleeding.
Estrogens, Excluding Hormonal Contraceptives
Commonly used to treat Birth Control.
Gonadotropin-releasing Hormones
Commonly used to treat Endometriosis, Central Precocious Puberty, precocious puberty.
Androgens
Commonly used to treat Endometriosis, angioedema prophylaxis.
Gonadotropin-releasing Hormones
Commonly used to treat Endometriosis, Prostate Cancer, precocious puberty.

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