Endometriosis sucks. When you have endo, you think you’ll be dealing with the awful symptoms forever.
You wonder, “Does endometriosis go away?”
The good news is that it’s possible to reverse your endometriosis. Many women have been able to say “Goodbye” to the pain once and for all.
Keep reading to learn more.
Table of Contents
- What Causes Endometriosis?
- Endometriosis Symptoms
- Can Endometriosis Go Away?
- 2 Proven Ways To Heal Endometriosis Naturally
- #1: Diet For An Endo-Free Body
- #2: Herbs To Heal From The Inside
- When Surgery May Be Needed
- Laparoscopy: Does Endometriosis Go Away After Surgery?
- Does Endometriosis Go Away With A Hysterectomy?
- How Our Personal Moisturizer Was Designed For Your Endometriosis
- How To Use Chiavaye Daily
What Causes Endometriosis?
Endometriosis is a condition that develops when tissue (similar to the lining of your uterus) grows outside of your uterine cavity.
This tissue can grow on your ovaries, bowel, and tissues lining your pelvis.
But why is this painful?
The answer is usually — hormones.
Those nasty hormonal changes caused by your even nastier menstrual cycle can affect the misplaced endometrial tissue, causing inflammation and pain.
It’s a vicious cycle:
- The misplaced tissue will grow and thicken.
- It will eventually break down.
- Over time, it becomes trapped in your pelvis.
This trapped tissue in your pelvis can cause:
- Severe pain (especially during your periods)
- Fertility problems
If you are a sufferer of this ongoing cycle and deal with the pain associated with endometriosis, know that you’re not alone. My personal struggle with stage four endometriosis led me to create Chiavaye so that I could help women just like you.
In addition to the abdominal pain caused by your endometriosis, you’re likely to experience additional symptoms of pain. You may not even be aware that these symptoms are due to your endo.
Common endometriosis symptoms include:
- Painful menstrual cramps
- Chronic pain in your lower back and pelvis
- Pain during or after sex
- Intestinal pain
- Painful bowel movements
- Pain when urinating during menstrual periods
Did you catch the common theme? Pain.
This scientific study even found that endometriosis symptoms impact your work productivity. Endo pain can negatively affect many areas of your life.
Can Endometriosis Go Away?
Every woman who suffers from the pain of endometriosis wants to know if their endometriosis will go away.
The answer may be surprising: It is possible to say “Goodbye” to your endo symptoms.
There’s currently no cure for endo, but you can reverse endometriosis naturally.
2 Proven Ways To Heal Endometriosis Naturally
The best ways to begin the healing process are through:
#1: Diet For An Endo-Free Body
Diet is almost always the first step when trying to take back control from an illness.
But did you know that there is a specific diet that is just for endometriosis?
The endo diet changed my life. I’m confident that it can help you too.
Since each body is different and unique, your endo diet might need to be tweaked for you. There’s not a “one size fits all” endo diet, but we can get pointed in the right direction.
A typical endo diet would be free of:
- And other foods/ingredients that cause inflammation
It would typically include anti-inflammatory foods such as:
- Olive oil
- Fatty fish
- Most vegetables such as broccoli, spinach, and Brussels sprouts
- Most fruits such as strawberries and cherries
It’s important to listen to your body, especially as you add foods back into your diet. Your body will tell you what works for you and what doesn’t. It’s still a good idea to avoid foods that cause inflammation, even if your symptoms begin to go away.
#2: Herbs To Heal From The Inside
Plants have healing power.
A scientific report by The Human Reproduction Update concluded that:
Over the next 20 years, major shifts are likely to occur in the use of herbal compounds, vitamins, minerals, supplements, nutraceuticals or whole food nutrition. We should anticipate a wave of new natural medicines based on scientifically substantiated health claims. In the near future, we predict that more US adults will use medicinal herbs and herbal products to treat their diseases as we change our perspective from treating disease to promoting better health.
Some common herbs that help heal endometriosis include:
- Evening Primrose Oil
- Milk Thistle
- White Willow
You can read more about these healing herbs here.
When Surgery May Be Needed
Sometimes endometriosis becomes so bad that it greatly impacts your quality of life.
I can’t count the number of dinner parties, holidays, or other special events that I’ve had to say no to while I was home crying because of the physical pain (and the pain of social isolation).
There is a time and place for surgery — ideally after you’ve tried diet and lifestyle changes, and of course, after consulting your doctor.
I’ve had two surgeries for my endometriosis. For me, surgery wasn’t the fix-all solution. An endo diet and other lifestyle changes were necessary.
But if you’re considering surgery, or you’ve had surgery for your endometriosis, you’re not alone.
The most common surgery for endometriosis is laparoscopic surgery.
Laparoscopy: Does Endometriosis Go Away After Surgery?
Many women find significant relief after having a laparoscopy procedure.
The doctor will go in and remove as much of the endometriosis tissue as possible.
However, it can (and often does) return — usually within 5 years. It’s common to have multiple surgeries for your endo throughout many years.
That’s why I’m so passionate about educating you on other ways to heal your endometriosis on your own, as well as offering you some relief with my personal moisturizer.
Does Endometriosis Go Away With A Hysterectomy?
Laparoscopy is considered a conservative surgery for your endometriosis.
If your endo is considered severe, your doctor may discuss the possibility of performing a hysterectomy.
The surgeon will remove your uterus, and possibly your cervix and ovaries.
You may still ask, “Does endometriosis go away with a hysterectomy?”
A hysterectomy would mean you will no longer be able to get pregnant, but the possibility of having your endo return is almost zero. However, if any endometriosis tissue is left in your abdomen, you may still have symptoms.
Keep in mind, though, that a hysterectomy will greatly affect your hormones. You could potentially end up with more issues than just your endo.
How Our Personal Moisturizer Was Designed For Your Endometriosis
I lived with endometriosis for far too long. I often wondered, “Does endometriosis ever go away?”
I created my all-natural personal moisturizer so that you can find relief like I did.
Chiavaye is for any woman who suffers from:
- Vaginal dryness
- Pain with sex
- Severe cramping
- Heavy periods
If you’ve already been diagnosed with endo, I want you to know that I’m here for you.
All-natural lubricants or moisturizers (like the one we’ve created), lifestyle changes, and natural treatments can help you manage your symptoms. You can get your life back.
How To Use Chiavaye Daily
I put just 6 ingredients into Chiavaye — nothing more.
You won’t find preservatives, chemicals, or fillers. We believe your lube should be chemical-free.
Our hypoallergenic formula is gentle on your most delicate lady parts and created to be used daily.
Just a few suggested uses include:
- Use Chiavaye for sex.
- Use Chiavaye for vaginal dryness, itching, chafing, or burning.
- Use Chiavaye to help thinning vaginal walls.
No matter how you choose to use my personal moisturizer, my wish is that Chiavaye helps you find healing, and helps you get back to feeling like yourself again.