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The Béa Treatment and

Does the Béa Treatment work with Endometriosis?

Yes - it does!

The Béa Treatment Kit could be a good treatment option for mild endometriosis. The Béa Applicator places our custom cervical cap against the cervix, holding semen in place for up to one hour. It increases the exposure to the cervical mucus, minimises the contact of semen in the vagina (where the pH can reduce sperm quality) and reduces semen backflow.

Reasons why people try ICI with Endometriosis

  • No more waiting

    On average, it can take 8 years to receive an endometriosis diagnosis. You've been waiting long enough.

  • Hormone-free

    Some fertility drugs can cause endometriosis to flare.

  • Additional support

    We know endometriosis is more than a “painful period”. We're here to help.

What is endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a common condition, affecting up to 1 in 10 women, where tissue similar to the inside of the uterus is found in other places, like the outside of the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes. Unfortunately, it is a condition that has been under-diagnosed to date and some women report having to visit their doctor multiple times – and on average, it can take 8 years to receive a diagnosis.

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How do you treat endometriosis?

There is no cure for endometriosis, but there are treatments that can help manage the symptoms. Currently, there are 3 common treatment options to help manage endometriosis:

  1. Pain relief
  2. Hormonal treatments
  3. Surgery
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Trying to conceive with endometriosis

Endometriosis can be associated with fertility problems, however, it is estimated that 60–70% of those with endometriosis can get pregnant spontaneously.

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