Endometriosis is an unfortunate condition that plagues many females. Endometriosis is described as an inflammation of the walls of the uterus. There are millions of women in the world suffering from this awful disease. Many women have pain and are suffering for the misdiagnosis of this disease. Many women were misdiagnosed with symptoms such as, but not limited to; appendicitis, ovarian cysts, stomach bugs, and irritable bowel syndrome.





Endometriosis is associated with many uterine symptoms such as:

  • painful menstrual cycles
  • constant lower abdominal pain
  • constant painful abdominal cramps (a week or two before menstruation and during menstruation)
  • abdominal pain with bowel movements
  • pelvic or low back pain that may occur at any time during the menstrual cycle
  • pain during or following coitus

Causes and Treatments

The medical system claims that there is no defined cause that we can blame for the endometriosis condition. If the cause is not known how could we create a treatment plan that will eradicate any disease. This medical logic is behind all undefined treatments that patients receive for sickness such as antibiotics, steroid, cortisone or anti-fungal treatment. I came to the conclusion that endometriosis is most-likely caused by repeated antibiotic treatment during a woman’s childhood for various conditions. Endometriosis is one of the side effects as a result of  these treatments. I have observed many females with endometriosis respond very well to a proper anti-fungal protocol (diet, remedies, etc.). The condition is not inherited or carried from generation to generation unless excessive antibiotic treatments are involved in treating past conditions such as tonsillitis. Other causes of the disease include, but are not limited to the following:

  • excessive usage of lubricated condoms
  • excessive usage of  tampons
  • non-hygienic applicators
  • non-hygienic douches
  • excessive usage of oral contraceptives

Lab Tests and Procedures

The health care provider will perform a physical exam, including a pelvic Endometriosis Laparoscopy exam. Tests that are done to help diagnose endometriosis include:

  • Medical history from birth until date of examination
  • CBC and differential
  • Vaginal PAP smear
  • Pelvic examination
  • Trans-vaginal ultrasound
  • Pelvis laparoscopy

Dr. Fateh Srajeldin BSc., ND