Seckin Endometriosis Center
Here are some frequently asked questions about laparoscopic deep excision surgery for endometriosis and their answers.
This year there will be not one but three endometriosis patient days on three consecutive weekends and a medical symposium.
Read about some postoperative care measures you can take for endometriosis following laparoscopy to treat the disease.
The 13th Annual Endometriosis Symposium on March 27 and the patients days taking place beforehand aim to raise endometriosis awareness.
Many cases of endometriosis can be asymptomatic. This is called silent endometriosis and be the cause of unexplained infertility.
Endometriosis was misunderstood and misdiagnosed throughout history and to this day many misconceptions surround the disease.
Endometriosis can affect ovarian reserve or your fertility potential. Read on to see what your options may be.
The BCL-6 test can be used to give an indication of the presence of endometriosis before the disease is confirmed by laparoscopy.
There are many factors that can lead to recurrent miscarriages. Read more about the possible link between miscarriages and endometriosis.
There seems to be a correlation between uterine anomalies and endometriosis. How can these two be linked to one another?
Dr. Tamer Seckin delivered a keynote lecture on thoracic endometriosis at the XVI. International Congress on Reproductive Medicine in Moscow.
"It’s not a women’s problem. It is a social problem,” said France's President Emanuel Macron referring to endometriosis.