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Can Adenomyosis Cause Diarrhea?


Adenomyosis is known as the benign cancer of gynecology. The prevalence rate of adenomyosis is as high as 8% - 24% in women of childbearing age. Adenomyosis may lead to dysmenorrhea, heavy periods, infertility, anal distention, etc., and the symptoms will gradually worsen with time. 
These symptoms are not limited to the menstrual period but also may occur in the non-menstrual period, which seriously affects the health status and quality of life of women.
Adenomyosis is located in the posterior wall of the uterus. In particular, the patients whose uterus is in the posterior position may have a greater probability of anal distention. Most of the anal distension is related to the enlargement of the uterus, which is adjacent to the rectum, and the focus of the posterior uterus and the posterior wall, which directly cause a space-occupying compression on the rectum.
Most of the patients will have the tenesmus feeling and anal distention, especially before and during menstruation. The situation of uterine bleeding and edema during menstruation makes the compression of the uterus more obvious; thus, the situation of anal distention occurs. Therefore, some patients in the menstrual period will increase the number of bowel movements and diarrhea.
If you are diagnosed with adenomyosis, active treatment is needed. The treatment principles and methods of adenomyosis are as follows:

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