Endometriosis can be a serious health problem for women. Endometriosis can pose serious risks to your fertility and overall health. Endometriosis can be treated to improve your quality of life. You can even search online to learn more about coping with endometriosis disease.
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During menstruation, most women experience cramps or pain around their pelvic area. Most women ignore cramps during menstruation. They believe it is normal for women to experience them. Endometriosis is a condition where a woman's period becomes irregular and causes severe cramps, pain in the lower back, or bowel movements. Infertility may be possible.
Medical research has shown that endometriosis refers to the condition where the endometrial tissue (a lining of the uterus) grows outward and attaches to other parts or organs in the abdomen cavity, especially the ovaries and fallopian tube. The condition can lead to bleeding, scarring, and thickening of tissue. This happens because the tissue mimics the menstrual cycle.
Blood discharges from the glands have nowhere else to go and cause mass formation or cysts around the fallopian tubes and ovaries. Infertility can result from a blockage of the fallopian tube, which causes non-ovulation.
The doctor will oversee and monitor the patient's condition and determine the best treatment. There are many options to correct and remedy endometriosis or infertility thanks to medical science and technology.