Endometriosis is a painful condition that happens when tissues similar to the ones lining o the walls of the endometrium, grows outside the uterus. 

It affects 2 to 10 percent of women of child bearing age.

It is important to note that the tissue that grows outside the uterus in endometriosis, is not the same as endometrial tissue, but they have some features in common.

This tissues can grow anywhere in the body, the ovaries, the Fallopian tubes, ligaments that support the uterus, posterior and anterior Cul-de-sac, and others places outside the uterus.

Endometriosis is often mistaken for other conditions such as fibroids, pelvic congestion, or irritable bowel syndrome, as well as a pelvic inflammatory disease. It can sometimes be detected by laparoscopy and then confirmed with a biopsy.

Symptoms include pain during menstruation, abnormal bleeding between periods, and periods lasting longer than six weeks

10 Signs of Endometriosis.

The signs of endometriosis are there to make you aware of its presence in your body. It is good to know the signs, early diagnosis will enable you to take actions that will arrest and control the condition. Endometriosis as you have known is a painful condition that happens when …

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An In-depth Study Of Endometriosis.


Overview Endometriosis is a chronic reproductive inflammatory condition that affects 10% of reproductive-age women. Endometriosis is found in women around the world and has been documented worldwide since ancient times. The word endometriosis comes from Greek words that mean “inside the uterus.” The term “endometrium” refers to cells lining the …

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