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What are the risk factors of endometrial hyperplasia?

Endometrial Hyperplasia is a disease that occurs due to the excessive growth of the lining and cells of the endometrium, i.e. the inner lining of the uterus, due to hick estrogen stimulation. This condition is benign, but may lead to cancer at times.


Women who experience irregular menstrual cycles are more prone to this disease, as they do not ovulate properly. This condition is a non-cancerous one. If there is an excessive growth of the hormones, then there is a proliferation of cell lining of uterus. Many factors can cause endometrial hyperplasia.


What are the risk factors of endometrial hyperplasia?


The risk factors for endometrial hyperplasia are the same as those for endometrial carcinoma. Most of these risk factors involve exposure of the endometrium to continuous estrogen unopposed by a progestin. This effect may be due to endogenous or exogenous hormone. Physiologically, estrogen stimulates endometrial proliferation during the normal menstrual cycle; this effect is buffered by progesterone, which inhibits endometrial proliferation and stimulates differentiation in preparation for implantation of an embryo.


In addition, the risk of this disease is more in those women who experience the following symptoms:


Polycystic ovarian syndrome


If you have suffered this condition, you can choose herbal medicine to help you. Fuyan Pill has been a successful herbal medicine for endometrial hyperplasia. Though it may work slowly, it can eradicate this condition in three months and doesn’t have any side effects.


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