Advanced Stages , Causes And Risk Factors Of Endometriosis Disease

Advanced Stages, Causes And Risk Factors Of Endometriosis Disease Do Not Overlook

Endometriosis Disease, which can cause mild to severe pelvic pain, heavy menstrual bleeding, bladder problems and even infertility, affects an determined1 out of every 10 US women in their reproductive years.

General symptoms of Endometriosis Disease:

  • Chronic pelvic pain (includes lower back pain and pelvic pain)
  • Extremely painful (or disabling) menstrual cramps; pain may get worse over time
  • Heavy menstrual periods
  • Infertility (not being able to get pregnant)
  • Intestinal pain
  • Painful bowel movements or painful urination during menstrual periods
  • Premenstrual spotting or bleeding between periods.

The following is a list of other possible causes and risk factors:

  • Allergies
  • Asthma
  • Chemical irritation
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Eczema
  • Fibromyalgia syndrome
  • Immune system disorders
  • Menstrual fluid in the pelvic cavity

Stage 1 Endometriosis Disease (Minimal) ;The first stage of this disease is characterized by superficial implants that are sometimes mistaken for cysts or ovarian cancer.They resemble small, flat patches or flecks on the pelvic surface. The presence of these implants causes irritation and inflammation in surrounding tissues, leading to the formation of adhesions. Adhesions are bands of internal scar tissue that can bind tissues and organs that are normally mobile, causing pain and dysfunction.

Stage 2 Endometriosis Disease (Mild) :Most women are diagnosed with minimal. The attributes of first stage endo are present in the second stage as well, but more aggressively. Black spots appear over the fibrous adhesions which have grown in intensity,

Stage 3 Endometriosis Disease (Moderate) :this disease, sometimes called “chocolate cysts,” begin to appear in the third stage of this disease. Chocolate cysts get their name because after time, the blood inside of the cyst turns dark red and brown. If a cyst ruptures, it can cause extreme abdominal pain and inflammation in the pelvic region. Inflammation and infection, in turn, cause more adhesions.

Stage 4 Endometriosis Disease (Severe) :This is the final stage of this disease, associated with a many number of cysts and severe adhesions. this disease can grow very large — even as big as a grapefruit — during this stage. this disease over the size of 2 cm will likely need to be surgically removed.

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