You are not aloneMore than 10% of the entire women’s population worldwide suffer from endometriosis and its effects, which include infertility, pain during sex, chronic pelvic pain, increased bleeding and pain during menstruation and more.
And we may be able to helpIn recent years, medical recognition and social awareness regarding Endometriosis and its effects is growing, and more and more women have been taking action. Endometriosis treatment can range from pain relievers to invasive surgery, yet Lumenis CO2 laser treatment is taking patient care to a whole new sphere.
What is endometriosis?
Endometriosis occurs when endometrial-like tissue, which is normally found in the lining of the uterus, grows in other parts of the body, most commonly the pelvis near and in some reproductive organs. The presence of endometrial-like tissue in these other organs can cause pelvic pain, pain during sex, infertility, and increased bleeding and pain during menstruation. Endometriosis symptoms occur because the endometrial-like tissue commonly retains some of its function regardless of where it is located in the body. This means that much of it responds to hormonal changes that occur during the course of the menstrual cycle and bleeds as it would during menstruation.
Endometriosis and infertility? Find out how CO2 laser treatment may help
PrecisePrecision and high performance are followed by patient safety. Lumenis Lasers are designed and manufactured in accordance to the highest medical device regulations and standards.
DelicateWhen it comes to operating on delicate anatomy, aiming for minimal thermal damage and preserving valuable reproductive organs such as the ovaries, the fallopian tubes and the uterus, the Lumenis CO2 laser is perceived as favorable by leading gynecologists around the world. To locate a qualified physician in your area, click here
Physicians all over the world treat Endometriosis with Lumenis CO2 laser