diff infection, which affects about half of women in the U.S. every year, can cause the condition to weaken the lining of the uterus.
Treatment can help ease symptoms and help women with the infection get pregnant.
Endometriotic treatments can help prevent the infection and improve menstrual cycles.
But it’s a complicated issue that requires testing.
The U.K.’s Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has released guidelines on how to treat the condition.
It recommends that women should take antibiotics every six to eight weeks and that a cervical cap should be worn for three months after surgery.
In the U, the average length of time between a woman having her first menstrual period and the onset of symptoms is about six weeks, according to the American College of Cardiology.
Some women also take an intrauterine device to help control the infection, according a 2015 study.
Other women may also get the antibiotic prochlorperazine, also known as ciprofloxacin.
Prochlorperizine is used to treat C diff in women who have the infection but can’t get pregnant because of the drug’s side effects.
The drugs are available over the counter for $1 to $4 a pill.