The females have a complex system of reproductive organs that often suffer from different issues. Endometriosis is a painful disorder involving uterus tissues. It can grow to become a life-threatening disease and considering proper treatment is necessary. Please continue reading to learn the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options, and when to contact a doctor.
What is Endometriosis?
Endometriosis is a disorder in females stemming from the uterus that often causes pain besides other symptoms. Actually, it happens when the endometrium (tissues lining the inner side of the uterus) start growing outside of the uterus.
The fallopian tubes, ovaries, and the tissue lining the pelvis are also involved in it. In rare cases, endometrial tissue can grow bigger and start to spread beyond the pelvic organs. There are treatment options to overcome this issue. Here are the main causes of the problem.
Causes of Endometriosis
Though actual causes are unknown, research has pointed towards some possible causes. The list below suggests some of the possible causes:
- Immune system disorder
- Retrograde menstruation
- Surgical scar implantation
- Endometrial cells transport
- Embryonic cell transformation
- Transformation of peritoneal cells
Symptoms of Endometriosis
The most common sign is the pelvic pain that females experience during their periods. Some females often suffer from cramping during periods. Actually, the pain caused by endometriosis is also worse than normal and it may keep increasing. Here are the common symptoms:
- Other symptoms
- Excessive bleeding
- Pain with intercourse
- Painful periods (dysmenorrhea)
- Pain with bowel movements or urination
Understanding the symptoms is necessary for the doctor to diagnose conditions such as endometriosis. The patient will have to describe the location and time of the pain. After getting some idea about the problem, the doctor may ask the patient to undergo any of the following tests to check the physical changes inside the uterus:
- Pelvic Exam
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Endometriosis Treatment Options
If you have been diagnosed with endometriosis disorder, you do not need to worry anymore because we have got you covered. Our experts use medicines and surgical techniques to solve this problem carefully. The choice of treatment depends on the patient’s willingness to become pregnant and the symptoms.
Pain Medication: The doctor may consider prescribing over-the-counter pain reliever to deal with this issue.
Hormone Therapy: Using the following therapies or techniques, the level of hormones can be changed to overcome this issue.
- Progestin therapy
- Aromatase inhibitors
- Hormonal contraceptives
- Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (Gn-RH) agonists and antagonists
Fertility Treatment: Due to endometriosis, the patient may feel difficulty in getting pregnant and fertility treatments can help.
Conservative Surgery for Endometriosis: If the patient is suffering from a lot of pain and wants to become pregnant, then surgery to remove the endometriosis implants may help.
Hysterectomy with Removal of the Ovaries: It was once considered as the best option to cure this condition, but nowadays, surgeons are focusing on the removal of all endometriosis tissue and nothing else.
Benefits of Endometriosis Treatment
The Endometriosis Treatment has plenty of benefits. Here are the notable ones:
- The person is able to get pregnant easily.
- The person overcomes this painful disorder.
- The person feels better, confident, and happy.
- The person does not suffer from much side effects.
- The person can avoid major diseased linked to this disorder.
Taking Endometriosis Treatment in Dubai
If you live in the UAE, your will find Euromed Clinic Center Dubai nearby. Our experts carefully analyze, diagnose, and suggest the right treatment. Moreover, our reasonable rates will make it easy for you’re to take this Endometriosis Treatment in Dubai.
To learn more, please book an appointment now.
How do I know if I have endometriosis?
Our bodies show symptoms that help diagnose Endometriosis. Patients mostly experience painful periods, pelvic pain, and cramping during menstruation. They may also experience excessive bleeding, lower back, and abdominal pain. Painful bowel movements and intercourse are some other symptoms.
What happens when you have endometriosis?
The patients who have Endometriosis have to go through extreme pain during menstruation. The pelvic pain and cramping also start several days before the period. Moreover, they have pain during intercourse and in some cases, Endometriosis can even lead to infertility.
What will happen if endometriosis is left untreated?
If Endometriosis is left untreated, it causes excessive pain and discomfort during menstruation, intercourse, and bowel movements. Moreover, it can also cause infertility or subfertility in some women making it harder or impossible for them to conceive.
Can you have a baby with endometriosis?
Endometriosis can affect a woman's ability to conceive. It can also cause infertility and subfertility in women. However, having a baby is a possibility for women with Endometriosis. It may be difficult and complicated but it is not always impossible.
Does endometriosis make you infertile?
The fertility of women with Endometriosis gets affected in different ways. It can affect the anatomy of the pelvis, scar fallopian tubes, cause inflammation in the pelvic structures, change the hormonal environment of the eggs, and alter egg quality. In some cases, infertility is a possibility.
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If you have the symptoms of Endometriosis disorder, contact us at the earliest to avoid a bigger problem such as infertility and ovarian cancer. One of the experts at the Euromed Clinic Center Dubai will help you understand your options.
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