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This website is dedicated to the support of women who are currently dealing with the uterine disorder adenomyosis. This neglected disorder causes severe abdominal pain, very heavy menstrual bleeding, prolonged menstrual bleeding (sometimes 8-14 days or even longer), bloating (some patients can appear to be 9 months pregnant), and many other symptoms that are discussed in more detail on this site. Please click on the menu at the top of the page for more information. But before you get started, you may want to check out the definitions page. This page gives definitions to some of the terms used throughout this website, and if you don’t have any medical training, reading through this list may help you to better understand what is written on other pages. The blog has a list of categories on the left side and includes such topics as symptoms, testing, diet, natural supplements, xenoestrogens, and even emotional/mental health issues. Make sure to check out my books as they have loads of information including a review of the most recent clinical studies. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or comments.
NEW ANNOUNCEMENT AS OF JANUARY 7, 2021:
THE CENTER FOR INNOVATIVE GYN CARE (CIGC) AND ADENOMYOSIS FIGHTERS ARE PARTNERING UP TO HELP BRING AWARENESS TO ADENOMYOSIS!
CHECK OUT THE BLOG FOR A RECENT INTERVIEW WITH DR. NATALYA DANILYANTS FROM CIGC.
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Click on the link below to watch my interview with Dr. Eisen Liang, Interventional Radiologist at the Sydney Fibroid Clinic in Sydney Australia. His presentation on the use of uterine artery embolization, also known as UAE, in the treatment of adenomyosis is compelling and extremely informative. He has also written a book on this topic, Can It Be Adenomyosis: The Bad Cousin of Endometriosis, which is available for purchase through Amazon.
So honored to be a part of this short film on endometriosis! Please share as we need more awareness of how this horrible disorder affects the 1 in 10 who suffer from it.