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Endometriosis -- A Modern Disease That Endangers The Health Of Women

Endometriosis is a common and frequently-occurring disease in gynecology. At present, endometriosis has become the second most common disease in gynecology after uterine fibroids, mostly occurring in women of childbearing age between 30 to 40 years old. The clinical incidence rate of endometriosis is significantly increased, accounting for 10% in women of childbearing age and 8% to 30% in women undergoing gynecological surgery. 50% of patients are infertile, and 80% have significant dysmenorrhea.

 
Dysmenorrhea is the most typical symptom of endometriosis, showing secondary plus progressive aggravation, often one or two days before the menstruation. The pain is most dramatic on the first day of menstruation and gradually decreases until menstruation is clean and over. The pain is caused by bleeding in the endometriosis foci that stimulates an inflammatory response in the local tissues. At the same time, hormone secretion by the lesion of endometriosis leads to uterine muscle contracture, and dysmenorrhea is bound to be more distinct.
 
 
Endometriosis can also lead to abnormal menstruation, which can be manifested as menorrhagia or menstrual disorder. The majority of menstrual abnormalities are associated with endometriosis affecting ovarian function. Patients with endometriosis may develop ovarian dysfunction, such as ovulation abnormalities. What's more, endometriosis can also cause infertility due to ovulation problems or blocked oviducts caused by adhesion related to endometriosis. Data show that in endometriosis patients, the infertility rate is 40% to 50%, to which should be paid special attention.
 
For females without family plan, the endometriosis can be a trouble when they have sexual intercourse, since it can lead to painful sensation during the sexual life. In addition, when the endometriosis spreads to the bladder, there will be periodic frequency of urination, urine pain, hematuria and so on. Patients with intestinal endometriosis may experience abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, or even periodic small amounts of blood in the stool. Unilateral lumbago and hematuria may occur with ectopic endometrial invasion and compression of the ureter, which are rare actually.
 
These abnormal tissues associated with endometriosis are highly mobile, so if left untreated, these problems can spread throughout your pelvic cavity and cause great damage to your body. Usually, you can take Fuyan Pill to remove the inflammatory tissues and other lesions that cause endometriosis. This herbal medicine is non-toxic and has no side effects, and can significantly improve pelvic health and eliminate pain. 
 
But if your symptoms are severe, it is recommended that you should have surgery to cut off these lesions in time. You must pay attention to personal hygiene before and after the surgery. When choosing a hospital, be sure to choose a formal and professional department. In addition, you need to defer to your doctor's advice and don't take medicine carelessly.
 
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