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2009-07-08 10:57:26

May have comparable benefits with fewer side effects than conventional drug treatmentChinese herbal medicine (CHM) may relieve symptoms in the treatment of endometriosis. A systematic review by Cochrane Researchers found some evidence that women had comparable benefits following laparoscopic surgery and suffered fewer adverse effects if they were given Chinese herbs compared with conventional drug treatments.Endometriosis is a gynecological disorder affecting as many as one in six women of...

2008-09-23 09:00:15

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5d1b74/womens_health_ser) has announced the addition of Decision Resources, Inc.'s new report "Women's Health Series: Endometriosis -- How Will New Therapies Compare with Current Market Leaders?" to their offering. This report, along with the other reports in the Women's Health Series, includes primary research with thought-leading clinicians. We conducted an in-depth survey with obstetricians/gynecologists who have...

2007-12-14 06:00:13

By Trivedi, Prakash Selvaraj, Kamala; Mahapatra, P Das; Srivastava, Saroj; Malik, Sonia Abstract An open, prospective, multicenter study was designed to assess the efficacy and safety of dydrogesterone in the post- laparoscopic treatment of endometriosis in Indian patients. Ninety- eight patients suffering from minimal, mild, moderate or severe endometriosis, with or without infertility, who had undergone laparoscopy, were treated with dydrogesterone 10 mg/day (or 20 mg/ day in severe...

2007-08-24 06:13:50

By Duvvur, S Khan, F; Powell, K Abstract Hereditary Angioedema is a rare but potentially life threatening condition. It is important that Obstetricians are aware of this condition as it affects women in the reproductive years and thus its recognition and proper management in pregnancy is crucial. Keywords: Pregnancy, Hereditary Angioedema, C-1 esterase inhibitor The case NB, a 34-year-old woman was diagnosed with hereditary angioedema (HAE) at the age of 10 years because of recurrent...

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