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Endovan for endometriosis

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Has anyone taken Endovan for their endometriosis? It is a natural thing and supposedly breaks down the tissue that endo is made of. They brag it up so much it sounds to good to be true. Doctors do not prescribe it because it is not FDA approved but it follows all their guidelines, so they claim.
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replied April 30th, 2012
Hi,
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If the diagnosis of endometriosis is confirmed, consider going ahead with laparoscopic evaluation to look at the current status and extent of the problem along with discussion on the use of Endovan in controlling it. Removal of the endometrial implants and regression hormonal therapy work in giving you long term relief. Be in regular monitoring and follow-up with your treating doctor/gynecologist and report any new/abnormal symptoms immediately. Drink plenty of water. Take adequate rest. Maintain healthy diet.
Take care.



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replied May 1st, 2012
I have had stage four endo several times. Had four operations to remove it and it is always back within a year. Does Endovan work?
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replied May 12th, 2012
I have been taking Endovan for about 3 weeks, and I am noticing much improvement in my symptoms from endometriosis! My first period after taking it for only 10 days was less painful. Now I'm getting close to ovulation, which is usually pretty painful for me, and I haven't had any bad pain yet! I would say that Endovan definitely helps! I'm also taking serrapeptase, which is known to erradicate your body of dead cells, so I'm sure that is helping as well. Another supplement that I plan on taking is pycnogenol. You should search "serrapeptase" and "pycnogenol" and see all of the good studies and reviews that come up for those! There was actually a study done with pycnogenol that proved that it helps endometriosis.

Personally, I'd much rather go the alternative, natural route than have to subject myself to surgery after surgery! Smile
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replied September 18th, 2012
Thank you very much!
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replied September 28th, 2012
i av been using endovan for the past 2months but no result yet. what do i do now cause i am in serious pains
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replied May 6th, 2013
Endovan
For me worked great Endovan ! I am in the 4th year on endovan ! I had my gallbladder removed recently and Dr. said there is no sign of endometriosis in my body , looking at laparoscpy inside ! So it worked great and now I am out of any pains and feel great !
My gallbladder was ill because Endo estrogen influenced but maybe also genetic because all my cousisns had this issue and it was need to remove it.
I was diagnosed with Endo 4 stage in 2008 and for 4 years I am on Endovan with only one break now for 3 months, after gallbladder surgery. It is great !
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replied August 7th, 2013
Endovan worked for me
I've been using Endovan for almost a year now and it has been a life saver for me. I had horrible pain, constant bleeding and was afraid surgery would be the only option. I started to see results almost right away, the pain is gone and my periods have been regular ever since I started taking this. I am thrilled. I have seen comments from ppl where it didn't work for them, but I have to say for me it worked beyond my expectations.
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replied September 17th, 2013
Endovan reduced pain and eliminated cramps
Endovan is working for me as well. It reduced the pain, about 60% there is some pain left that I would like to get rid off. I plan to try pycnogenol. Wouldn't be great to be 100% pain free? Surprised)
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replied January 26th, 2014
I am 37 and have literally have surgery every other year since 2000 for my endometriosis. This sounds like a miracle if will help. I have phase 4. I feel so helpless when if comes to endometriosis because it is hard to explain to people why I am always in pain. Keeping my fingers crossed.
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