In my clinical practice, the number of women coming in with Endometriosis is many and I would say rapidly increasing. These women are often wanting to conceive or wanting to ease their discomfort that painfully occurs every single month. What is Endometriosis?Endometriosis is a condition where the tissue that normally lines the uterus (called endometrium) grows outside of the uterus.It sticks to other various pelvic organs such as the bladder, rectum, colon, and ovaries. Sometimes, but rarely, it can even go to further areas of the body outside of the pelvic region.The tissue behaves just the same way as the tissue that lines the uterus. It responds to hormones that control the menstrual cycle and the tissue and blood slough off just like the lining of the uterus does. The problem is that this tissue and blood has nowhere to go in the pelvic cavity as the uterine lining normally does…so it accumulates and forms masses and lesions which over time can negatively affect organ function.When a woman starts her period, this irregular tissue bleeds out into the pelvic cavity and causes pain, inflammation and scarring.Endometriosis is diagnosed through laparoscopic procedure. Some Clues that you may have endometriosis… There are clues to show that you may suffer from endometriosis: pain before and/or during the period – these are usually worse than normal menstrual cramps and are quite debilitating.General pelvic painSpotting before menstruationPMSPain during or after intercourseHeavy or irregular menstrual bleedingInfertilityLower back pain with menstruationDigestive complaints like diarrhea or constipationPainful bowel……

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