Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 15th, 2004
"To evaluate the efficacy of various treatments for pelvic congestion syndrome in patients with different stress levels, we analyzed one hundred six patients with pelvic congestion syndrome, confirmed with laparoscopy and venography, who did not respond to medication after 4-6 months medication," scientists writing in the Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine report.
"They were divided into three groups: (embolotherapy; hysterectomy with bilateral oophorectomy and hormone replacement therapy; and hysterectomy with unilateral oophorectomy). The visual analog scale was...
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