London UK February 13 2007 – Shelley Ross announced today that she will be releasing a free weekly Endometriosis newsletter to provide real workable natural and effective solutions to living with endometriosis.
Shelley Ross initially became interested in endometriosis when her close friend was diagnosed with the disease. She struggled with the fact that all she could do was sit back and watch her friend suffer completely unable to help until she decided to take a new route. Instead of remaining idle Ross plunged herself into extensive research of endometriosis. This included knowledge of the condition itself as well as all of the different natural treatments that have been discovered for reducing and preventing the painful symptoms.
Endometriosis is a disease that impacts the lining of the uterus typically on the inside which then develops on the outside. This creates complications in other areas of the body typically in the other reproductive and pelvic organs – sometimes serious frequently painful and can cause infertility. At risk by endometriosis are the fallopian tubes the bladder the intestines and the ovaries. The cervix and vagina may also be effected.
Endometriosis is by no means rare. In fact between 2 and 10 percent of the female population suffer with this condition and one third of those with endometriosis will become infertile as a result. Furthermore there is no known cure.
With this knowledge Shelley Ross put it upon herself to help endometriosis sufferers lead the most comfortable healthy and normal lives possible. Her efforts began with her e-book “Treating Your Endometriosis” and the popularity of that ebook brought about her blog. Now she intends to broaden her audience with the introduction of her free Endometriosis newsletter which provides:
Facts about the condition
Misconceptions about the condition that may be disregarded
Signs and symptoms of endometriosis
Causes of endometriosis
The different stages and phases of the condition
Different treatments that are available for endometriosis
Natural and homeopathic treatments that work well with endometriosis
Fast acting effective pain management techniques.
To subscribe to Shelley Ross’ free Endometriosis Newsletter visit http://www.treatendometriosis.com/index.html?source=pr.
To learn more about the condition called endometriosis and to discover effective and natural treatments visit the Endometriosis blog at http://www.treatendometriosis.com/blog.
Author of “Treating Your Endometriosis”