Affecting nearly 15% of all women, endometriosis is an extremely common and, often times, devastating gynecological condition. Nearly half of all women suffering from this condition will become infertile and there is no known cure. For the some 5 million affected women in the U.S., finding a successful condition-management program remains critical for not only controlling the painful symptoms of endometriosis, but for purposes of fertility. Specialist recommend a multi-factorial approach for minimizing the symptoms of endometriosis, including nutritional supplementation. Fallodox has been formulated to address hormone imbalances, stress, and possible nutritional deficiencies.
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Endometriosis is the abnormal growth of cells that form the lining of the uterine cavity. In women with endometriosis, these cells, which are normally expelled from the body through menses each month, actually end up continuing their cycle elsewhere in the body. They (endometrium) then have no way of leaving the body. Tissues will still break down and bleed like women without the disease, but unlike a normal menstruation, endometriosis allows for a build up of tissue. This tissue may attach itself to other organs of the lower abdomen, such as bowel or ovaries. The presence of endometrial implants outside the pelvic cavity is very uncommon, but can occur.
Endometriosis causes a multitude of symptoms and vary from person to person. Commons signs and symptoms of endometriosis include:
- Capacitating pain in the lower back, uterus, organs and the pelvic cavity prior and during menstrual cycle
- Painful intercourse
- Excessive bleeding (including passing of large clots)
- Nausea, and in some, vomiting
- Constipation or difficulty passing stools during the menses (dyschezia)
- Pain during urination (dysuria)
Theories abound, but the cause of endometriosis is still not known. The retrograde menstruation theory, or trans tubal migration theory, suggests that during the process of menstruation, some of the menstrual tissue backs up through the fallopian tubes, implants itself in the abdomen, and begins to grow. Experts believe that in women with endometriosis, normal immunological or hormonal activity is hampered and allows for abnormal tissue growth.
Another theory suggests that endometrial tissue is transported from the uterus to other parts of the body via the lymphatic or circulatory systems. Those supporting this theory claim that women suffering from endometriosis may have some predisposing factors, or genetic markers (chromosome 10q26 and CA 125), which contribute to condition onset. It is well recognized that daughters and sisters of patients with endometriosis are at a far higher risk for developing the disease themselves.
Lastly, research conducted by the Endometriosis Association has revealed a potential link between dioxin (TCCD) exposure and the development of endometriosis. Dioxin is a byproduct of pesticide manufacturing, paper processing, and medical and municipal waste incineration. Interestingly, in one particular clinical trial, some 80% of monkeys exposed to dioxin developed endometriosis. It seemed that the more dioxin these mammals were exposed to, the more severe the condition was.
- 2 million women in the UK, and approximately 5.5 million women in the United States suffer from endometriosis
- 5 - 20% of women of childbearing age in the US are affected by this disease
- Some 30 - 40% of women with endometriosis are infertile
- Endometriosis remains as one of the top three causes for female infertility
- The emotional trauma resulting from endometriosis is often as traumatic as the condition itself
Currently, there is no cure for endometriosis. Instead, conventional treatments are geared towards addressing issues of pain or infertility. Nonsteroidal anti inflammatory (NSAIDs) drugs and other pain medications have been shown to provide temporary relief of pain, while improving menstrual flow in patients. In some instances, narcotic pain killers are utilized to combat pain, as well.
Decreasing estrogen and testosterone levels with Gonadotrophin Releasing Hormone (GnRH) Agonists is also a treatment option. The constant stimulation of GnRH receptors leads to a down regulation, or decrease in the number of receptors to a given hormone to reduce its sensitivity.
Birth control pills are another method for hormonal regulation. These agents have also been shown to eliminate heavy bleeding during the menstrual cycle in women with endometriosis.
Surgery is often recommended if endometriosis is widespread or extremely painful. Surgical options range from minor to major procedures and include laparoscopy, laparotomy, hysterectomy, and bilateral salpingoophorectomy (removal of uterine tubes and ovaries). Laparoscopy to remove growths in women with minimal endometriosis has proven effective at improving fertility. In-vitro fertilization (IVF) is another popular method for increasing fertility in women with endometriosis.
However, it is important to note that all of these treatment options carry some risk of completion. Most conservative treatments need to be done for several months, or even years, to be beneficial. As well, other drugs induce menopausal symptoms or result in abnormal hormonal variations that can lead to osteoporosis. Some women will need to receive 'add-back' therapies of estrogen to counteract these side effects.
Unlike traditional treatments which are invasive and carry the risk for side effects, Fallodox is a safe, all natural formula that can effectively manage Your endometriosis.
The role of nutritional supplementation has proven exceedingly beneficial for women with endometriosis. In fact, some women report becoming completely symptom free when changes to diet are made, and supplementation with a condition-specific formula is initiated.
Fallodox is your nutritional intervention for condition-management. This comprehensive formula works to balance the hormonal and immunological variations prevalent in endometriosis sufferers, while lessening the inflammatory process in the body that contribute to the onset of the most adverse symptoms like extreme pain. Moreover, Progressive Health’s endometriosis formula may also decrease estrogen levels, stabilize hormones, increase energy, alleviate painful cramps, and thus, stabilize your emotions.
So what’s inside Fallodox that makes this dietary supplement so effective?
Black Cohosh and Red Clover - Clinical studies have reported that both black cohosh and red clover exhibit positive menopausal and post-menopausal effects, which may be helpful with Endometriosis. Thousands of women have used black cohosh for this purpose and it remains one of the most popular herbs consumed by pre-menopausal and post-menopausal women alike.
Blessed Thistle, Fennel Ext., Red Raspberry, Saw Palmetto, Saw Palmetto Ext.- All of these botanicals work to balance hormones. Studies indicate that these ingredients may work by blocking the action of the hormone that is stimulating the increase in endometrial tissue, as well.
Wild Yam - Most often used to help with menopause, relieving symptoms of PMS, and menstrual irregularities. When combined with chasteberry, Wild Yam works to reduce the symptoms of endometriosis be producing a mild sedative effect.
Dandelion - Has been shown to contain high amounts of potassium and increase the function of the immune system. Potassium is involved in intracellular osmosis, which is the control of the flow of fluids into and out of tissues and cells.
Dong Quai - Has a long history of traditional use in female disorders such as menstrual cramps, premenstrual syndrome, and to relieve symptoms associated with endometriosis.
Oat Straw - Is used as an aid for menopause, a restorative nerve tonic, and to help combat hormone deficiency.
Chasteberry – This herb has been used for centuries to help with endometriosis. Chasteberry compliments Wild Yam in this formula, to relieve pain associated with menstruation and endometriosis.
Olive Extract - Reported to have an antimicrobial effect against bacteria that cause infections. Patients with endometriosis have exhibited excellent and lasting results in study with natural antifungals like caprylic acid, olive extract and probiotics.
Cats Claw and Fenugreek – Both are effective herbs for decreasing inflammation and soothing irritated tissues. These herbs may prove especially useful for controlling symptoms of pain in endometriosis sufferers.
|Three years ago, I have been diagnosed with Endometriosis,I had been having horrible cramps, heavy bleeding, constipation/diarrhea, nausea, etc. during my period.
I was always in the doctor’s office about once a week, having checkups and changing birth control pills every few months. My life has been totally turned upside down from not only the pain of endo but also the emotional side effects as well.
I am blessed though to have a supportive hubby, who loves me a lot. He is always there for me when I feel my worse.
With the help of very strong pain killers, I had gotten used to living with discomfort and pain on a daily basis, but it was the pain episodes, where I cannot move, see straight or think that was killing me. I visited the site and found out about FALLODOX. From the very first month of taking this product, I started seeing improvement, it has been 2 years now I am on the product and I can truly say that it gave me my life back. I am willing to recommend this product to anyone who is going through this debilitating disease. I must also let you know that FALLODOX is the only treatment I have used and it is amazing how this product alone could work so much wonders for me, I am now enjoying a pain free life and the symptoms have all gone. KUDOS to your product.
Sharon Brown (Jamaica)
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