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Endometriosis is a condition that mainly affects the lining of the ovaries, bowel, or the pelvis, causing them to grow outside of their normal limits. It can cause severe pain along the affected area, and symptoms can often extend to other parts of the body. While an exact cause isn't known, it is thought that hormonal levels can largely influence the development of endometriosis, as well as other disorders of the body. To treat endometriosis, you can try a variety of remedies that help target symptoms. Find out ten treatments of endometriosis.

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1. Essential Oils

You can use the power of essential oils to naturally target the hormonal imbalances which - in many cases - cause endometriosis to develop. Certain essential oils contain potent healing properties that can reduce pain and promote well-being. For example, clary sage essential oil is an excellent option for people who suffer from hormone imbalances. Essential oils should be used topically, and preferably massaged into the skin as to promote absorption. Other essential oils, such as sandalwood oil, may be taken internally with the contest of your doctor. Don't try these remedies before consulting your doctor; they may not work for everyone.

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