It is well known that Endometriosis has been affecting some childbearing women for many years. Researchers have only been able to find drugs to kill the pain. But cannot eliminate it totally. Regular use of allopathic drugs can have side effects. For example often-heavy periods resulting in endometriosis is treated by giving pills. Doctors prescribe birth control pills to stop the bleeding. The pills should not be taken for more than three cycles (i.e 6 months). Prolonged use results in difficulty in bearing children in later life and also painful sex. Ultimately it affects the psyche of the girl so much that her personality is altered. Keeping the teen in a healthy frame of mind is important. This is very essential in dealing with the pain. A mother needs to explain her daughter that it is nothing to get alarmed. She is old enough to know that her body and learn to accept it. In Asian countries, such conditions are also referred to as psychosomatic diseases. A healthy girl child is unlikely to have problems if she lives in a suitable environment. Emotional scars tend to bring out these problems. Young girls with stress and tension keep emotions to themselves. These emotions in turn affect the body in many ways. Suppressed or repressed anger results in heavy bleeding for many girls. As they are unable to control their environments they ruin their physical bodies. Many alternate healers are now referring to these problems as the root causes of physical ailments, which cannot be cured. Over a period of time they aggravate and become chronic. Even though daily new update versions of pills enter the market, the problems remain unsolved.
As the occurrence of Endometriosis increases in girls under the age of 20, young girls are trying to come to terms with it. Maybe if the girls change their lifestyles the problem could be curbed. But thee is nothing to suggest that a cure has been fully developed for it. For those trying to still understand what endometriosis is –the clinical description says, ‘it is the lining tissue like the uterus wall. It grows outside the uterus lining. The growths are called endometrial implants. In the pelvic region these implants surround the ovaries, fallopian tubes and ligaments. These support the uterus, vagina line, intestine, Bladder and pelvic cavity. As teenage girls undergo hormonal changes in their bodies, a consulting gynecologist is the best to advice further on how to deal and accept the problem.