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by Ros Wood,Lorraine Henderson

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ISBN:
1865081337
Author:
Ros Wood,Lorraine Henderson
Category:
Diseases & Physical Ailments
Language:
English
Publisher:
Allen & Unwin; 2 edition (April 1, 2001)
Pages:
192 pages
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1538 kb
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1684 kb
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1630 kb
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Ros Wood is well-known as the co-author of one of the first books published on endometriosis for women with the disease, Explaining . Getting involved in endometriosis.

Ros Wood is well-known as the co-author of one of the first books published on endometriosis for women with the disease, Explaining Endometriosis, and as the co-founder of the Endometriosis Association Victoria. Ros Wood has championed endometriosis since the early 1980s when she was a member of the Women’s Health Resource Collective, and has written extensively on the disease.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Explaining Endometriosis. By Lorraine Henderson, Ros Wood. The content of this book has been developed on the basis of the information we would have liked when we were first diagnosed with the condition and the questions we have been asked by thousands of women during our years with the Endometriosis Association (Victoria). We hope the information will give you the knowledge you need to understand your condition and its implications, and to make well-informed decisions about its management.

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They provide up-to-date information, clearly laid out to enable women to make informed choices about their treatment and lifestyle.

Women with endometriosis and the health professionals who treat them will benefit from the latest information about the possible causes, diagnosis, surgeries, and current treatment options for endometriosis. This handbook cuts through the complexity to offer simple advice that will enable women to make informed decisions about their condition and its implications.

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Women with endometriosis and the health professionals who treat them will benefit from the latest information about the possible causes, diagnosis, surgeries, and current treatment options for endometriosis. This handbook cuts through the complexity to offer simple advice that will enable women to make informed decisions about their condition and its implications. It collects comparisons of different hormonal and laser treatments; discusses the lifestyle factors that can improve overall health and well-being; covers new herbal medicine therapies; examines pain management medications; and looks at infertility and pregnancy issues related to the disease.
  • Nern
One of the most helpful books I read when I was diagnosed
  • Maximilianishe
brings attention to a common yet not well known problem for many women, I wish I would of known what was wrong with me before it got so bad
  • Kelerana
Endometriosis is the type of gynaecological disease that many women will only hear of when they are diagnosed with it. Some women will experience relatively few symptoms, others will be extremely unwell much of the time. For some women, though, the disease can impact on fertility.

Ros Wood and Lorraine Henderson have written a great book (this is the second edition) which provides a wealth of information to both sufferers of the disease and their families and friends as well as to health carers.

Back in 1980, when I had my first definitive diagnosis of this disease, there was very little 'plain English' information available to sufferers. This book is amongst the best I have read on this topic.

Highly recommended to all who either suffer from endometriosis or know someone who does. It would also make a useful inclusion on the bookshelves of groups concerned with women's health.

Jennifer Cameron-Smith
  • Damdyagab
When the Dr. told me she thought I had Endo, I went out and got a book to explain what endo was. This book is really wonderful, it is very easy to read and taught me a lot about what endo was and what the different ways to treat it are. I found this book to be really informative.