Endometriosis can be managed with surgery or medication but there is no definitive cure. To help with hair growth there are a few options you can consider:
Get a blood test – Check for abnormal DHEA levels, high prolactin and consider a 24-hour saliva test to assess your cortisol levels. Also consider testing thyroid function and prolactin. The quicker you can asses your individual biomedical parameters, the earlier you can begin working out how to manage your condition most effectively.
Balance your estrogen levels naturally – Epidemiological studies looking at endometriosis establish a clear link between high levels of estrogen and the severity of the symptoms. Specifically, errant metabolism of estrogens contribute to the condition .
To help balance your estrogen levels, ensure you eat enough protein with every meal, engage in regular exercise and reduce your intake of alcohol, sugar and refined carbohydrates. Eating regularly also helps manage estrogens, have a good breakfast and eat a reasonable meal every few hours.
Eat a high zinc diet or take a supplement – Zinc balances immune response to inflammation and increases the specific targets and strength of the adaptive and innate immune response which is often defective in autoimmune conditions or where there is constant inflammation.
A study in 2014 found that women with endometriosis had a lower level of serum zinc than controls and deduced the mineral affected the multifactorial pathogenesis of the disease . Multiple studies have shown that zinc lowers cortisol levels; this is likely due to the alteration of immune function and the lessening inflammation .
Try a peptide serum – A peptide serum can supply the follicle with the amino acids needed for robust hair growth.