Exercising with Endometriosis

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Reading time 1.30 mins  by Dr Yogesh Nikam Exercise can benefit individuals with endometriosis, as it can help improve symptoms and overall well-being. However, it’s crucial to approach exercise cautiously and listen to your body. Here are some exercise recommendations for individuals with endometriosis: Low-impact activities: Opt for low-impact exercises that are gentle on the body, such as…

Nourishing Foods for Endometriosis: Supporting Wellness Through Nutrition

by Dr Yogesh Nikam Endometriosis is a chronic condition that affects millions of women worldwide. It occurs when the tissue lining the uterus, known as the endometrium, grows outside the uterus. This condition can cause intense pain, infertility, and other complications. While medical & surgical interventions play a crucial role in managing endometriosis, adopting a healthy…

COVID-19 & ENDOMETRIOSIS

by Dr Yogesh Nikam COVID-19 is the most critical health problem worldwide. The SARS-CoV-2 virus causes COVID-19. It is a worrying time for everyone and understandably a cause of anxiety and concern as the information and advice change daily. Endometriosis is another major women’s health issue and understandably, over the last few months, I have received…

Increasing Robotic Excellence with Dual Operating Consoles

by Dr Yogesh Nikam Click the link below to read the complete article about the use of surgical robot for treating complex endometriosis in a multidisciplinary fashion. Increasing Robotic Excellence with Dual Operating Consoles In a first for the San Hospital, a complex dual console gynaecological operation using the state-of-the-art da Vinci Robot has been performed…

Endometriosis – A Diagnostic Delay

by Dr Yogesh Nikam   Do you suffer from period pain? Have been told that it is a normal part of being a woman! Do you suffer from pelvic pain throughout the month? Do you have pain with sex? Is this affecting your relationship? Do you have pain when passing urine or opening your bowels? You…