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Laparoscopic coagulation of endometrial spots itself is one of the clinically approved treatment for endometriosis. Though by evidence-based medicine the evidence for laparoscopic treatment can vary from low to moderate (depending what symptoms patient has). Mirena is a hormone releasing intrauterine device for which evidence is moderate by evidence based ...


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Questions about medications are usually best answered by the manufacturer, or by a site such as drugs.com or rxlist.com. In this case, the manufacturer has this to say: You have to know that POSTINOR may disrupt the regularity of your period that month. Your period may come earlier than usual or later. I don't know why you think these drugs would cause ...


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The short answer: her periods will probably be irregular when she stops taking birth control, unless she's taken other measures to reduce her PCOS symptoms. Source: I'm a medical student who has PCOS. The long answer: While on birth control pills, menstrual cycles are entirely controlled by the pills. This means that if the patient takes the pills ...


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When someone is considering to take 2 drugs both of which can have severe side effects, he/she should discuss this with a doctor, so this part of the question CANNOT be properly answered here. Mirena can actually cause acne: 1. Mirena side effects (Drugs.com) The most commonly reported adverse effects are alterations of menstrual bleeding patterns, nausea, ...


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Making an assumption of a diagnosis of a such serious condition as endometriosis and starting with treatment that can have potential severe side effects without making the actual diagnosis is not serious for a doctor. Abdominal adhesions from other causes, like PCOS or pelvic inflammatory disease, can cause similar symptoms. And there are other much more ...


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