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Is there any permanent cure for the pain of Endometriosis ?

In Novenber i had a tubal done using clips and they found endometriosis on my left ovary . I had always had really bad cramps with my periods and was on birth control to control them but it never worked. They found the endometriosis and burned it off but since then i have been having way worse pains in the same area sometimes so bad they feel like contractions and make me light headed and the pain shoots up into my stomach and down my leg sometimes all the way to my knees and i get very upset at my stomach and sometimes vomit. It has gotten unbearable and started to be almost a constant pain. They said the endometriosis could come back is that what it is or is it something else.
Mon, 26 Sep 2011
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The problem of endometriosis is notorious for its recurrence.There are high chances of recurrence in your case also.The exact diagnosis can be made only after laparoscopy.Endometriosis is commonly associated with severe shooting pains.
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