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Endometriosis Treatment Options and Treatment Team

There's no cure for endometriosis, but there is hope. The first step toward diagnosis and treatment is to share your symptoms with your doctor.

Any number of treatment options may help improve your quality of life.

At the UPMC Magee-Womens Endometriosis Center in central Pa., we'll work together to create a treatment plan designed for you.

These may include one or more of the following:

  • Surgery: from diagnosis to complete excisional surgery. This option depends on your symptoms and reproductive goals.
  • Medicine: hormonal suppression, anti-inflammatories, supplements, and other alternative treatments.
  • Chronic conditions management: illnesses linked to endometriosis such as pelvic floor dysfunction, IBS, and other chronic diseases.
  • Pain management: non-opioid-containing medicine and alternative methods to help ease pelvic pain.

Many women with endometriosis suffer symptoms up to — and sometimes beyond — menopause.

Our doctors know how this disease impacts your life and are here to help.

The Endometriosis Treatment Team in Central Pa.

Endometriosis is challenging to live with and often hard to manage.

Our highly skilled team at the UPMC Magee-Womens Endometriosis Center in central Pa. will help guide you through the treatment process.

Your very own nurse navigator will work closely with you to arrange your care, such as:

  • Pre-op exams.
  • Imaging scans.
  • Making appointments with our specialists.

We also work closely with:

  • Pelvic floor physical therapists.
  • GI doctors.
  • Female urology experts.
  • Colorectal surgeons.
  • Infertility specialists.
  • Behavioral medicine and mental health experts.
  • Nutritionists.

Make an Appointment at the UPMC Magee-Womens Endometriosis Center

We can help identify a location near you for the services you need.

To make an appointment, call 717-988-8170.