1 Out Of 10 Women Suffer From This Deadly Disease But Have No Idea About It



Endometriosis is a disease affecting millions of women throughout the world during their reproductive years.

It occurs when endometrial tissue, which lines the uterus, grows outside the uterine cavity.

This misplaced tissue may implant and grow anywhere within the abdominal cavity, or rarely in distant sites such as the navel or lungs.

The tissue may produce web-like growths of scar tissue called adhesions that can bind any of the pelvic organs to one another and may sometimes cover them entirely.

Many women who have endometriosis experience few or no symptoms. However, in some women, endometriosis may cause severe menstrual cramps, pain during intercourse and infertility.

There are cases when women are losing consciousness as a result of the intense pain.

The usual symptoms are:

* Nausea
* Issues with the bowels
* Durable and heavy menstrual periods
* Severe menstrual pain
* Stomach pain

Learn the four steps that will help you detect this disease.

1. Pay attention to your menstrual cramps. Notice if they are strangely intense continuously during the whole day.

2. Do you feel pain in the lower back, abdomen and pelvis when you are out of your menstrual cycle? These symptoms mustn’t be ignored.

3. Pain during sexual intercourse is not a normal thing and this is one of the indications of endometriosis.

4. Irregular bleedings or profusely bleeding during menstrual period are also clear signs of endometriosis.

Endometriosis can usually be treated by medication or surgery designed to preserve fertility. However, a few patients may have symptoms so severe that the uterus and ovaries must be surgically removed.

Source: HealthyWomen , Artikulo Uno
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