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Why some antibiotics may help reduce endometriosis symptoms

Researchers discovered that compared to less than 10% of individuals without the ailment, approximately two-thirds of patients with endometriosis have higher levels of a particular bacterium around their uterus. Researchers observed that endometriosis-related lesions were less likely to occur after administering antibiotics to endometriosis-infected mice. Further research is required to see whether the results apply to humans, according to Dr. Karnika Kapoor, a family physician from the Medical Offices of Manhattan who was not involved in the study. Read the article.