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Endometriosis

Endometriosis (Endo) is a common health problem and affects more than 10% of women of childbearing age. It happens when tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus and on other areas where it doesn't belong. Endometriosis growths are not cancerous, but may swell and bleed, causing other problems. Although there is no cure for endometriosis, a variety of treatment options exist.

Get the Treatment you Need

Treatment for endometriosis usually involves medication or surgery, depending on signs and symptoms. Surgery is typically a final resort treatment if initial treatments fail. Alpha prescribes FDA-approved medications that are shipped to you for free. Insurance is accepted.

Hormonal Contraceptives

If you are not trying to get pregnant, hormonal birth control is generally the first step in treatment. Hormonal treatment can be effective in reducing or eliminating the pain of endometriosis, and works only as long as it is used.

Birth Control Pill

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Birth Control Patch

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Birth Control Ring

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Birth Control Shot

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Norethindrone

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GnRH Agonist or Antagonists

If you are trying to get pregnant, you may be prescribed a gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonist or antagonists. These medications stop the body from making the hormones responsible for ovulation, the menstrual cycle, and the growth of endometriosis.

Elagolix (generic for Orilissa)

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If you're suffering from endometriosis, prescription strength medication can offer fast relief.

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Learn About Endometriosis

Do you have endo? What are common symptoms and risk factors?

Symptoms & Risk Factors

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Tips & Advice

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What is the link between infertility and endometriosis?

Almost 50% of women with infertility have endometriosis. Inflammation from endometriosis may damage the sperm or egg or interfere with their movement through the fallopian tubes and uterus. In severe cases of endometriosis, the fallopian tubes may be blocked by adhesions or scar tissue.

How it Works

Describe Your Symptoms

Answer questions about your health condition online.

Connect with a Medical Provider

A medical provider will review your responses and send a treatment plan within 24 hours (8 hours for urgent care).

Get Your Prescription Delivered

Medications will be shipped to you for free (or sent to your pharmacy for pick up).

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