The prospects of success are generally good, especially if the treatment
is chosen to fit the problem and the objective being pursued. Planning the individual, tailor-made treatment
is complex. It relies on an accurate diagnosis and is agreed jointly between specialists experienced
in the area of endometriosis and the patient herself.
is vital not to underestimate the following problem: endometriosis sometimes follows a chronic course
and it can recur time and again. In other words, even after a treatment has initially been effective,
a recurrence of the endometriosis is still possible. It is not rare for pains to persist after treatment
because the treatment was inadequate. Complete, careful surgical removal, followed by consecutive treatment,
is the best protection against endometriosis reappearing.