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Uterine Enlargement with Adenomyosis: The Silent Disease Women Experience

Adenomyosis is one of the most common gynecological diseases in women's life, and its arrival will bring great trouble and inconvenience to women's lives. There are many reasons for this gynecological disease, such as not paying attention to personal hygiene, eating irritating food or drugs, etc. These may cause females to suffer from gynecological diseases, not just adenomyosis.

 
 
Dysmenorrhea often occurs in patients with adenomyosis. In addition to uterine bleeding during the menstrual period, the myometrium will also bleed, causing severe pain in patients, and even bleeding dysmenorrhea after menstruation.
 
There is also increased menstrual flow. In addition to bleeding from two parts of the body, bleeding from the uterine wall can stimulate the uterus to grow, the endometrium increases, and the number of bleeding increases.
 
Some patients experience pain during intercourse. Ectopic endometrium in the pelvis often forms nodular lesions in the uterine rectal fossa, which causes pain when the cervix collides and the uterus is lifted during intercourse.
 
Some patients also experience an enlarged uterus. Because the endometriosis lesions are ectopic in the myometrium, the endometrial shedding and bleeding each time menstruation occurs, and the lesions of ectopic disease will also bleed in the myometrium. Over time, small cystic echoes are formed locally, and the gradual increase of this cystic echo will lead to the phenomenon of uterine enlargement.
 
Some patients also experience increased menstrual flow and persistent dysmenorrhea, and about 50% of patients also experience infertility. It can seriously affect women's physiology and psychology. At this time, we should be alert to the expansion of adenomyosis. After the onset, treatment should be based on the patient's symptoms, age, and fertility requirements.
 
Through conventional treatment, women's adenomyosis will generally be relieved. After treating adenomyosis, the female uterus will not continue to increase. After the treatment is cured, attention must be paid to the follow-up observation. If you feel unwell, you should go to the hospital for a review in time to find out the cause.
 
Patients with mild symptoms and those considering fertility requirements can choose standardized drug therapy as the first choice. As a complete formula, Fuyan Pill can eliminate pathological changes in gynecological tissues, regulate menstruation, eliminate pain, etc, and treat female infertility caused by gynecological diseases and inflammation. Its anti-fibrosis, anti-calcification, and anti-tumor effects can significantly relieve the symptoms of adenomyosis.
 
In addition, Chinese medicine believes that adenomyosis is related to the internal resistance of blood stasis, and the formation of blood stasis is related to pathogenic factors such as qi deficiency, cold condensation, qi stagnation, and phlegm-dampness. Therefore, in terms of treatment, it is necessary to promote blood circulation and remove blood stasis. Fuyan Pill has the functions of clearing away heat and detoxifying, promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis, and invigorating the spleen.
 
Patients with severe symptoms can be cured after a total hysterectomy. If not treated in a timely and standardized manner, on the one hand, the worsening dysmenorrhea will significantly reduce the patient's quality of life. On the other hand, it may lead to infertility.
 
Therefore, women should do preventive work promptly. If they suffer from adenomyosis, they should take care of them. Then, how should patients take care of them in daily life?
 
Diet adjustment: Women should eat more foods containing protein and vitamins. If you have heavy menstrual flow, eat more iron-rich foods to prevent iron-deficiency anemia.
 
Active treatment of endocrine disorders: Endocrine disorders caused by various reasons should be actively treated, increasing the growth rate of induced and adenomyosis and avoiding unnecessary use of sex hormone drugs.
 
Avoiding abortion: Many induced abortions can lead to adenomyosis, so both husband and wife should actively take contraceptive measures to prevent or reduce the number of abortions as much as possible.
 
Going to the hospital for regular check-ups: If adenomyosis is found, it should generally be reviewed once every 36 months. Surgery should be performed if the fibroids increase significantly and the bleeding is severe.
 
 
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