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I Know this is simple but if endometriosis is excess estrogen, can't they use an increase of testosterone to balance out?

By Anonymous October 16, 2014 - 3:54pm
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My daughter has been complaining for several months, stomach not emptying out, endless eating, major low back pain, heavy, heavy bleeding. doctor said endo but not willing to do oblation because she is only 35. took a cat scan shows growth on bottom of spine, ?possible lesion or cancer? i didnt know endo could travel throughout the body. she is now complaining of her breasts on the one side hurting.

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