Rebecca J. Craig, MD
McLeod OB/GYN Dillon
06 JANUARY 2017
“We know the problem is caused when the endometrium — blood and tissue that is normally shed monthly from the uterus — starts to grow outside the uterus,” says McLeod Gynecologist Rebecca Craig, MD. “Yet, there’s still much we have to learn endometriosis.”
The cause of endometriosis seems elusive and possibly involves a variety of interrelated factors. Over the years, a number of wives’ tales or myths grew up around this troublesome women’s health issue. To help your understanding, here are a few myths and the reality.