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Ignoring Dysmenorrhea for Many Years, and Endometriosis Invades Ovaries and Causes Disaster

Endometriosis is a ubiquitous disease. Like cancer, it can spread to all parts of the body. It is a mysterious disease with various forms. Therefore, the delay in diagnosis and treatment can be as long as 7-12 years!

 
Let's look at a case first. Sinaia, 45, was diagnosed with left hydronephrosis during the physical examination. According to her recollection, the word hydronephrosis was not mentioned in the physical examination reports in the past two years. She came to the Urology Department with huge doubts.
 
The doctor found that she had no other discomfort except for years of dysmenorrhea. However, the relevant examination results showed "left hydronephrosis, left lower ureteral obstruction, right ovarian chocolate cyst and huge pelvic uterine fibroids". He quickly invited the obstetrics and gynecology specialist for consultation.
 
After diagnosis, doctors believed these conditions in Sinaia were caused by endometriosis. The ectopic endometrium surrounded the left ureter and the right ovary, causing obstruction of the lower-left ureter left hydronephrosis, and right ovarian chocolate cyst.
 
Sinaia sighed, "Actually, my body had already sounded the alarm, but I ignored it. I always felt that dysmenorrhea was just a trivial matter. I didn't expect such a result.
 
If Dysmenorrhea is Ignored, Endometriosis Will Come to the Door
 
Endometriosis is complex and difficult to deal with, which seriously endangers the health and life quality of women of childbearing age. Lack of attention to dysmenorrhea is the most common cause of delayed diagnosis.
 
Many women may think dysmenorrhea is a fate that women cannot escape, but in fact, at least 2/3 of women diagnosed with endometriosis have obvious symptoms of dysmenorrhea before the age of 20. In such a long period of time, endometriosis gradually worsened, enough to destroy the fertility of many women.
 
Although endometriosis is a benign disease, it is very aggressive to tissues, so the abnormal intima also falls off, causing bleed during menstruation. In other parts of the body, menstrual blood can not be discharged through the cervix and vagina through the monthly menstrual intima, so there will be severe bleeding and pain, which is unbearable.
 
Endometriosis affects 10-15% of women of childbearing age, equivalent to 1 in 7 women of childbearing age. Pay attention to the following symptoms and test yourself if you are likely to be hit!
 
Dysmenorrhea and Persistent Lower Abdominal Pain
 
Dysmenorrhea is a typical symptom of endometriosis, which is aggravated year by year with the aggravation of local lesions. The pain is mostly in the lower abdomen and lumbosacral part, and can radiate to the vagina, perineum, anus or thigh, often starting 1-2 days before menstruation. A few late-stage patients have long-term lower abdominal pain, which is more severe during menstruation.
 
Menstrual disorders
 
Most patients have early menarche, shortened menstrual cycle, prolonged menstrual period, and increased menstrual volume. A few may have premenstrual drip bleeding. These can lead to the increase of deciduous endometrium, the normal outflow of menstrual blood, and residual or reflux, resulting in endometrial adhesion, fallopian tube adhesion or ovarian cyst.
 
Menstrual Blood in Stool, Urgent &Frequent Urination, Hematuria
 
Endometrial tissue growing in the wrong place will not only be implanted in the uterus, fallopian tube, rectovaginal septum, ovary, but also in the appendix, bladder, and rectum, resulting in blood in the stool, frequent urination, urgency, and hematuria.
 
Currently, many drugs for endometriosis, such as painkillers and hormone drugs, are ineffective for a considerable proportion of women due to long-term side effects and drug resistance. Surgery is also an option for patients, but about 50% of women with endometriosis will experience a recurrence of symptoms within 5 years.
 
In this case, the patient may wish to try the herbal medicine Fuyan Pill. From the point of traditional Chinese medicine, the primary pathogenesis of endometriosis is blood stasis. Treatment should be based on the basic principle of "activating blood circulation and removing blood stasis." Herbal ingredients such as safflower, angelica, Costustoot, and peach kernel in Fuyan Pill promote blood circulation, remove blood stasis, promote Qi, and relieve pain. It can also help patients eliminate and dissipate stasis, promote blood circulation, and reduce local swelling and pain symptoms.
 
Besides relieving the clinical pain symptoms and improving menstrual conditions, Fuyan Pill can also promote fertility. For menopausal women, it can also clear and control endometriosis and reduce the possibility of malignant transformation of endometriosis.
 
 
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