Living Well with Endometriosis: What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You...That You Need to Know



Living Well with Endometriosis: What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You...That You Need to KnowA Complete Guide To The Side Effects And Treatments Both Conventional And Alternative For Endometriosis, From A Respected Name In The Field Who Also Suffers From Endometriosis.Endometriosis Is A Debilitating Reproductive And Immunological Disease That Affects 7 10 Million American Women Each Year The Disease Occurs When The Same Kind Of Tissue That Lines The Walls Of The Uterus Grows Outside The Uterus In The Pelvic Cavity Or Some Other Area Of The Body, Usually Significantly Affecting The Woman S Fertility And Often Causing Pelvic Pain And As With Any Condition That Affects Fertility, The Results Are Often Emotional And Psychological As Well As Physical.As Someone Who Suffers From Endometriosis, And Who Has Connections To A Wide Network Of Healthcare Professionals, Morris Is The Perfect Person To Guide Sufferers Through Diagnosis, Treatment And Living Well With The Condition Like The Previous Titles In Our Successful Living Well Series, This Book Will Offer A Holistic Approach To Living With The Disease The Author Will Offer Strategies For Coping With The Psychological Aspects Of Endometriosis, Including How Best To Tell Others About The Condition Treatment Options Including Alternative And Complementary Treatment Plans Dealing With Infertility And Weighing The Hysterectomy Option The Author Will Draw On Her Relationship With Fellow Sufferers As Well As Medical Professionals To Help Readers, Making This The Most Comprehensive Guide To Endometriosis Available.Kerry Ann Morris Was Diagnosed With Endometriosis In 1999 Since Then She Has Become One Of The Most Active Members Of The Endometriosis Community, And Has Started An Outreach Website For The Disease She Has Relationships With Many Fellow Sufferers And Experts In The Medical Community, Making Her The Perfect Author For A Book On Holistic Treatment.

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  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • Living Well with Endometriosis: What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You...That You Need to Know
  • Kerry-Ann Morris
  • English
  • 08 January 2017
  • 0060844264

10 thoughts on “Living Well with Endometriosis: What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You...That You Need to Know

  1. Amber Koppenhofer says:

    I didn t read the book from cover to cover, but what I didn t read in depth I skimmed, and I got through it all in a day I have just come out of an unsuccessful laparoscopy where the doctor told me she couldn t help me at the time and that I would need to remove the endometriosis via laparotomy and that I would need a hysterectomy neither of which seem like viable options to me at this moment I have my follow up appointment in couple of days and needed to inform myself as quickly as possible I didn t read the book from cover to cover, but what I didn t read in depth I skimmed, and I got through it all in a day I have just come out of an unsuccessful laparoscopy where the doctor told me she couldn t help me at the time and that I would need to remove the endometriosis via laparotomy and that I would need a hysterectomy neither of which seem like viable options to me at this moment I have my follow up appointment in couple of days and needed to inform myself as quickly as possible so I can better decide what direction I need to go once I speak to my doctor What I did read in detail I found to be very informative and helpful I was able to formulate several questions, w this book s guidance, to ask my doctor at my next appointment I highly recommend this book to anyone who wishes to inform themselves about endometriosis

  2. Crystal (VanillaHearts62) says:

    Overall I think it gave a lot of good information, especially for those that have no clue what is going on I have a science background so I didn t find that the book gave me enough information that was new and useful It did cover several aspects of daily living that can be changed, but nothing really stood out to me.I still gave it 4 5 stars because it would be a great resource for someone that has no clue what is going on, and I did learn a couple of things that I will be looking into further Overall I think it gave a lot of good information, especially for those that have no clue what is going on I have a science background so I didn t find that the book gave me enough information that was new and useful It did cover several aspects of daily living that can be changed, but nothing really stood out to me.I still gave it 4 5 stars because it would be a great resource for someone that has no clue what is going on, and I did learn a couple of things that I will be looking into further

  3. Katie Ussery says:

    BEST book I have EVER read about endometriosis If you have endometriosis, do yourself a favor and read this book

  4. Angela says:

    Very helpful.

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