Symptoms of Endometriosis: 1 of 5 things you really need to know about endometriosis
A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Endometriosis
(Dr Eric Daiter, Board Certified in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility)
- What is endometriosis?
- Problems caused by endometriosis: its symptoms
- Diagnosing endometriosis
- Treating endometriosis
- What to expect after treatment for endometriosis
Symptoms of Endometriosis:
Endometriosis causes inflammation, which can in turn cause symptoms such as lower pelvic pain (anywhere from mild discomfort to killer cramps) and the subsequent development of scar tissue (adhesions) in response to this recurring inflammation. The inflammation that results from endometriosis can also cause the involved organs to malfunction. Endometriosis most commonly grows in the female pelvis around the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, bladder and colon so the symptoms that endometriosis most often causes include female lower pelvic pain, irritable bowel symptoms (painful bowel movements, diarrhea or constipation) or urinary frequency (especially during the time of a menstrual flow). All stages of endometriosis can cause female infertility and endometriosis increases the risk of ectopic pregnancy.
Endometriosis,” including actual surgical photographs of endometriosis taken by Dr. Daiter (warning: some consider these photos graphic or gross).
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