If it is severe what is the possible treatment that a doctor would suggest ?
Doctor typically begin with over-the-counter pain medicine, such as ibuprofen, when treating endometriosis, and move on to low-level birth control as a second option if the pain medication doesn’t help. Doctor can go to a stronger drug, such as Depo-Provera, if necessary, to try to shut down the ovaries because the lack of output of hormones helps regulate the pain.
Surgery will be the next step in care choices. If surgery is a requirement, there are minimally invasive alternatives that can mean less discomfort and recovery time for the patient, such as laparoscopic or robotic surgery.
The aim is to remove the endometrial implants that are there and dissolve them. And it’s probably better to extract the lesions, but that’s reserved for the disabling symptoms.