At present, unexplained infertility can be caused by endometriosis. Simultaneously, research also shows that about 30% - 50% of endometriosis is accompanied by infertility.

1. What is endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a common cause of dysmenorrhea and infertility. It is a common disease in women of childbearing age. It is estimated that at least one in 10 women of childbearing age (15-49 years old) has endometriosis.

Endometriosis refers to the appearance, growth,
infiltration, and repeated bleeding of endometrial tissue (glands and stroma) in the covered endometrium and other parts outside the uterus. It will lead to pain, infertility, and nodules or masses.

Endometriosis has a wide range of pathological changes, diverse morphology, aggressive and recurrent. It's a ubiquitous disease, just like cancer can spread all over the body. The most common endometriosis sites are the pelvic peritoneum, ovary, uterorrectal fossa, rectovaginal diaphragm, bladder, and intestine. It can also grow far away from the uterus, such as lungs, diaphragms, etc.

2. Causes of endometriosis

Endometriosis is hereditary. If someone in the family has had endometriosis, then she is easy to get sick. Suppose the patient has had multiple cesarean sections, curettage in the early and middle pregnancy, or lateral vaginal resection at the time of giving birth. In that case, it is also easy to suffer from endometriosis.

There will be a small part of menstruation with endometrium through the patient's fallopian tube countercurrent to the abdominal cavity during menstrual periods. If the patient's immune function has problems, it will lead to endometrial implantation to the surface of pelvic organs and lead to endometriosis.

3. Symptoms of endometriosis

When suffering from endometriosis, patients will have dysmenorrhea symptoms, which is also one of the most apparent endometriosis symptoms. Patients will start to feel pain one or two days before menstruation, and the pain will be most severe on the first day of menstruation. Then it will gradually reduce. When menstruation is over, the pain will stop.

Dysmenorrhea caused by endometriosis is a kind of pain that is hard to endure, and it can not be relieved by using analgesics. When suffering from endometriosis, patients will also have abnormal menstruation symptoms, like heavy menstruation, and the menstrual cycle becomes chaotic symptoms. It is because endometriosis can affect the regular ovulation of the ovary. So in severe cases, patients will not be able to have a pregnancy.

It is suggested that women with pain in their normal menstruation should seek medical examination as soon as possible, treat the disease and follow up regularly. Appropriate treatment can help patients relieve symptoms of endometriosis and increase the chance of pregnancy.
Depending on the severity, you can consider the following:
Analgesics may be useful in the mild stage of endometriosis, reducing symptoms and helping during pregnancy.

Herbal medicine Fuyan Pill is also the right choice. It can effectively eliminate the pain, and its ingredients are mainly from nature, not as harmful to the body as antibiotics. At the same time, it can clean up the uterine environment and improve natural pregnancy.

Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) antagonists can be used at a later stage to trigger temporary menopause, preventing the growth of endometriosis. Women can resume menstruation when stopping using them.

If hormone therapy or other drug treatment can not bring the ideal effect, surgery is the last choice. It can remove the endometrial growth and scar tissue to restore the healthy function of reproductive organs.

There is no doubt that endometriosis can make it difficult for women to conceive. Over the years, many women have suffered from pain and discomfort, trying to realize their dreams. Although endometriosis is the leading cause of infertility, thousands of women have successfully conceived and had healthy babies through a healthy lifestyle such as timely treatment, proper diet, and exercise.

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