The common condition that affects women is endometriosis. The symptoms include painful, chronic and usually gets worse steadily. The condition affects 3% to 10% of reproductive age among women and around 25% to 50% of infertile women.
The reason on how and why endometrial tissue gets to the different parts of the body. Trends see that the disease is hereditary. Women who have short menstrual cycles or with longer than the usual. Those with periods shorter than the normal of 25 days between menstrual periods or those with menstruation for more than 7 days are two times as likely to have endometriosis.
* Pain (bowel movements, cramps)
* Severe migraines
* Allergies that worsen during periodontal
* Bleeding between periods
Linked to infertility
When the disease exists, it can be harder to be pregnant. This is because the tissue growing outside the uterus can cause scarring that affects the fallopian tubes while keeping the sperm/egg to meet.
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