Although adenomyosis is a benign disease, there is a certain probability of canceration. Although the probability of canceration is not high, there is also a 1% - 2% chance of canceration, and there is no lack of cases of canceration in clinical. When there are some abnormal symptoms, patients need to be alert.
4 Signs of canceration of adenomyosis
I. Take B ultrasound to see the change of uterus size
If the patient is suffering from adenomyosis, and there is an increase in the size of the uterus suddenly, abdominal circumference, etc., it is necessary to be alert whether the canceration causes the change of the uterus.
II. Check CA125 to see the change of value
The normal range of CA125 value is 0-35, but the CA125 value of patients with adenomyosis is generally increased, which is also a reference value to judge whether adenomyosis is. However, if the CA125 value suddenly increased a lot during the inspection, then this is not a good phenomenon, and it could be a sign of cancer.
III. Severity of dysmenorrhea
A. If the patient suddenly feels the aggravation of dysmenorrhea, especially in the past two months, the pain is more serious than before, which may be canceration.
B. If the previous dysmenorrhea is relatively severe, but recently there is no pain anymore, you should also be careful.
IV. Abnormal vaginal bleeding
If women have bleeding in the non-menstrual period and accompanied by obvious pain, it is necessary to be aware of the possibility of adenomyosis canceration.
Patients with adenomyosis must pay attention to these four signs and go to the hospital for a relevant examination as soon as possible. It is suggested to go to the hospital for a diagnostic curettage, and scrape out the endometrium to send it to the pathological test to see if there is any possibility of malignant transformation.
In order to avoid delaying the best time of treatment and causing a series of complications，adenomyosis, patients must be checked regularly. It is generally recommended to check once every three months or half a year to know their own situation in time.
About 15% of adenomyosis patients will be accompanied by endometriosis, about 50% will be complicated with leiomyoma. The treatment of this disease can be drug intervention or surgical treatment, but it is difficult to cure. Only patients with postmenopausal adenomyosis can gradually get relief. Therefore, the choice of a clinical treatment plan should be individualized according to the patients' age, symptoms, and reproductive requirements.
In the treatment of modern medicine, such as oral analgesics, contraceptives, progestin, etc., there are also operations to remove the focus or hysterectomy for radical treatment, which is relatively common methods. Traditional Chinese medicine mainly uses blood circulation drugs for treatment, such as the common choice of patients - Fuyan Pill.
It can avoid the damage caused by surgery, treating the disease from the root, and use the medicine symptomatically, so it can play a curative effect. And it will not cause side effects, nor will it affect the natural pregnancy rate after cure. As long as the patients are treated actively, they can generally get a cure.