Treating endometriosis is a daunting task for many females. The treatment methods are mainly divided into two categories: surgery and drugs, which are comprehensively considered according to the patient's age, the severity of the disease, and whether there is a fertility requirement.

In truth, the treatment process varies from person to person. Currently, laparoscopic diagnosis, surgery, and drugs are considered as the standard treatment for endometriosis.

Commonly, fertility preserving surgery can remove or destroy all visible endometriosis lesions, separate adhesion parts, restore the normal anatomical structure, but retain uterus, one or both ovaries, at least part of ovarian tissue. It is suitable for the patients with unresponsive symptoms, aggravation of local lesions, or no recovery of reproductive function after drug treatment.

Besides, some surgeries aiming to preserve ovarian function will remove the focus and uterus in the pelvic cavity and reserve at least one side or part of the ovary. It is suitable for patients of stage three and four, those under 45 with overt symptoms, and those with fertility requirements.

Anther one, the radical surgeries, is carried to remove all ectopic endometrial lesions in the uterus, double appendages, and pelvis. It is suitable for severe patients over 45 years old with no estrogen supplements after surgery.

The recurrence rate of endometriosis after treatment depends on the size of the focus, the scope of the focus, the nature of the focus, and whether there are other concomitant diseases. Therefore, long-term management is needed.

You should be conscious that the etiology of endometriosis is partly unknown, among which meridians counter-current is very common, which can reach roughly 80%. Even if the lesion can be removed completely in the operation of endometriosis, it is inevitable for the patient to suffer from adverse blood flow before menopause or after the operation without using drugs to inhibit the ovarian function.

It is only a matter of time prior to new endometrial implants result in the recurrence of endometriosis. Accordingly, it will be a long-term task to delay or prevent the recurrence of endometriosis by using drugs to inhibit ovarian function or reduce menstrual blood volume.

The annual recurrence rate of endometriosis is roughly 15%, and the recurrence rate of 5-years duration can be near 60%. In this regard, you can take herbal medicine Fuyan Pill after the surgery to help inhibit the proliferation of residual lesions and avoid recurrence, which leads to no side effects.

What’s more, it has the effect of promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, and works well on clearing away heat and dampness, thus make you able to prevent postoperative adhesions, inhibit the proliferation of residual lesions and improve postoperative adhesions. It is more a tonic than a pill, so it can do you good even if you have recovered.

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