Endometriosis is not very difficult to treat. If the wrong methods are used, it can be very difficult, yes - but not with a Natural Hygiene nutritional program.|
The second case I treated, after getting out of medical school in 1981, was a young woman with endometriosis. She was 28 years old and the doctors wanted to do a total hysterectomy and take out her ovaries, so she would be free of pain. She wanted to bear children.
With her, I started out by fasting her on only water for 5 days, and then put her on an advanced diet - a hygienic nutritional plan. Within 5 days of fasting the pain went away. She followed through with the whole nutritional program, which is designed to re-build health, and is different for each patient. This woman went on to have 3 children.
Endometriosis can be very painful for women, and I have had many cases.
If the woman is pre-cancerous, it is difficult to get full resolution. One case I couldn't help, she was pre-cancerous, and I couldn't do much with her. Cancer can be a very tough disease to treat. But even this case, where she didn't get complete resolution of her pain, half the pain was mitigated by natural hygiene.
A.J. Penepent, MD