Conditions > Endometriosis

Manage your Endometriosis and take control of your future.

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Understanding the inflammatory disease Endometriosis is complex and evolutionary. How we treat the symptoms can take a dynamic approach, looking to the endocannabinoid system to manage pain and help to control inflammation.

With 1 in 9 Australian girls, women, and persons with a uterus impacted everyday, getting ahead of diagnosis and treatment is critical to managing symptoms and long-term results.

Take control of your health, pain management, and long-term wellness today.

Through the passionate care of the Ananda team, we can discover if your symptoms may respond to plant-based therapies.

How applying plant-based medicines to your treatment can help?

Endometriosis (EN-doh-MEE-tree-OH-sis) can impact each patient with an array of painful, often debilitating symptoms.

Ananda Clinics’ treatment plans target the body’s imbalances by triggering the endocannabinoid system (ECS) to help relieve some symptoms associated with chronic illness, imbalances and disturbances in the mind and body.

Our ECS influences many critical functions in the body, including: sleep, pain, inflammation, immune responses, sleep and emotional processing.

As a chronic condition, people with endometriosis can suffer from a variety of symptoms, including that can present as dull, to unbearable with immeasurable impacts on day-to-day life:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Heavy periods
  • Bleeding from the bladder or bowel
  • Feeling bloated
  • Tiredness
  • Anxiety or depression related to the pain
  • Infertility

Australia has approved some plant-based therapies for pain management

Ananda Clinics’ expert team of Doctors and Nurses can help you discover whether plant-based, therapeutic medicines can help to support your individual treatment plan.

If you have experienced chronic pain for three or more months, speak to our team today to discover how plant based therapies may support your pain management.

Am I eligible?

Patients may be eligible for medicinal cannabis if they have been suffering with chronic pain or another eligible health condition (see above) for an extended period of time and if other medications have not been successful in the treatment of their condition.