March 2018 is Endometriosis Awareness Month.

Posted By Braverman IVF & Reproductive Immunology || 1-March-2018

Don’t wait and be proactive about your health and fertility!

Endometriosis is a complex disease where genetic, environmental factors, diet and inflammatory disorders play a role in the initiation and progression of the disease. Although 7.6 million of women are affected in the United States, endometriosis remains misunderstood, undiagnosed, leaving millions of women with excruciating pain and infertility.

It is important to highlight that many patients with endometriosis don’t present any symptoms (Silent endometriosis) although their fertility is highly and negatively impacted.

In our practice, at Braverman Reproductive Immunology, when a young woman under 40 years old presents a low AMH, this raises a red flag and if the diagnosis is not already known, many of these cases are Silent Endometriosis.

We make the diagnosis based on clinical history, family history, immune testing, AMH, and sonogram data.  We have helped thousands of women that have had unexplained infertility and led them to the adequate therapy.

There is no simple solution to this very complicated disorder and at Braverman Reproductive Immunology, we offer a full program to counteract the deleterious effects of endometriosis on our patient’s fertility and health.

This ranges from Endometriosis diagnosis (many reports indicate that women can suffer for over 10 years before getting a proper diagnosis), medical intervention by laparoscopic surgery with lesions excision and peritoneal destruction (to learn more about our results, Read our blog on the topic), to immune therapy in order to minimize and control the inflammation prior and during pregnancy. In addition, we have developed a range of dietary supplements including Endo-Optimize , Endo-Optimize Greens Formula and Endo-Optimize probiotic that help restore your egg mitochondrial function, key actor in the quality of your eggs. These supplements may help improve your egg and embryo quality by reducing inflammation, oxidative stress and its associated DNA damage.

Further, many of the ingredients included in our supplements may have beneficial impact on endometriosis itself, limiting the proliferation of your lesions and even reducing their sizes and numbers. For more information, read our blog on the topic.

To learn more about our supplement range, consult our website.

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