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How does Endometriosis develop

Endometriosis - What is it?

Endometriosis is a disease characterized by the presence of endometrial tissue (internally lining the uterus) outside the uterine cavity. Brief Overview of Fat Loss Factor Program


How it develops?

The exact cause is unknown. One theory suggests that during menstruation endometrial cells pass through the fallopian tubes into the abdominal peritoneal cavity, where it would implant.

The most common deployment locations are the ovaries, fallopian tubes, outer surfaces of the uterus and recto vaginal septum (area between the rectum and the female genital organ).

 Other theories suggest immune system changes and even a genetic inheritance.

Every period this endometrial tissue bleeds causing pelvic pain, pain during intercourse, urinary complaints, intestinal and infertility.

What a woman feels?

The most common symptoms include: Dr. Charles Livingston

Severe dysmenorrheal (cyclic pelvic pain that occurs before and during menstruation pain during or after sexual intercourse)
Chronic pelvic pain


Urinary symptoms such as painful urination Pain in the lower lumbar region (back) abdominal discomfort.