Endometriosis is a disorder affecting women’s reproductive organs, where the endometrium — or tissue that lines the inside of the uterus — grows outside of the uterus. It most commonly grows in the tissue lining the pelvis, the ovaries, and the fallopian tubes. In severe cases, it can spread behind the reproductive system.
Many women suffer from endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome or hormonal migraines. These are all conditions of poor hormone metabolism, which means hormones like estrogen are not getting used correctly, allowing metabolites to build up creating a condition of estrogen dominance. This high estrogen state may not be reflected in a high estrogen level, but in the metabolites of estrogen. Add in magnesium, and hormones start moving down the right pathway, playing a clear role in solving these hormonal imbalances.