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Periods with Endometriosis: Can Your Cycle Change?

Endometriosis generally does not cause amenorrhea. Endometriosis can affect women with irregular menstrual symptoms, but it generally does not cause amenorrhea.

Endometriosis can lead to menstrual disorders because endometriosis will affect the function of the ovary. After the patient has endometriosis, it will affect the ovary, and the ovary's function will be in disorder. Symptoms of increased or decreased menstrual flow and abnormal will occur in this state. 
Therefore, after menstrual disorders occur in patients with endometriosis, it is necessary to treat endometriosis in time, to improve irregular menstruation symptoms.
Endometriosis will cause secondary progressive dysmenorrhea and affect the menstrual cycle, leading to infertility and other conditions, and will not be amenorrhea. Symptoms of endometriosis are lessened if periods are missed.
After a diagnosis of endometriosis, pseudopregnancy therapy can be used to suppress menstrual cramps, reduce the symptoms of dysmenorrhea, or can be treated by surgery. It is necessary to choose the appropriate treatment plan according to the woman's age and whether she has fertility requirements. It is recommended that patients with endometriosis give birth as soon as possible, and the symptoms of endometriosis will be alleviated after pregnancy.
When endometriosis occurs, it is necessary to take measures according to individual circumstances. Those who do not have symptoms can go to the hospital for regular check-ups to understand their physical condition. However, if endometriosis has affected the body, it is necessary to treat according to the symptoms of the body, and the doctor's advice, such as the use of drugs under guidance of the doctor.
Endometriosis treatment aims to reduce and eliminate lesions, relieve and relieve pain, improve and promote fertility, and lower and avoid recurrence. Factors that should be considered during treatment are the patient's age, reproductive requirements, the severity of symptoms, extent of disease, and previous treatment. Treatment measures should be standardized and individualized, and pelvic pain and pelvic mass during infertility should be treated separately. Treatment methods include surgery, drug, interventional, and assisted reproductive therapy.
In terms of drug treatment, patients can choose the Fuyan Pill treatment, which can kill all kinds of bacteria and viruses, relieve pain, and regulate menstruation. As a complete formula, Fuyan Pill has the functions of clearing away heat and detoxifying, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, invigorating the spleen, and removing dampness. It can eliminate pathological changes in gynecological tissues, regulate menstruation, eliminate pain, etc. It plays a perfect role in the treatment of endometriosis.
Drug therapy is suitable for patients with fertility requirements, mild symptoms, or younger patients. In comparison, surgical treatment is generally ideal for patients with severe symptoms and no fertility requirements. 
Surgery is generally divided into conservative surgery, semi-radical surgery, and radical surgery. Conservative surgery is to perform local debridement of the lesion, and semi-conservative surgery is to perform local debridement of the lesion followed by hysterectomy. To completely cure this disease, you must remove the ovaries and uterus.
Patients need to rest more during treatment to ensure adequate sleep time. In daily life, it is recommended that women exercise correctly to enhance their physique and improve their disease resistance. Pain can also be relieved by stretching the pelvic tissues and muscles. They also need to keep warm to avoid getting cold.
Endometriosis is a chronic and relapsing disease, and patients should do long-term management to reduce the recurrence rate. Regardless of conservative or surgical treatment, it is recommended that patients become pregnant as soon as possible or use drugs as prescribed to reduce recurrence.
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