-Lets take an in-depth look at endometriosis and how it can affect fertility

What is endometriosis?

One of the most common health issues experienced among women and one of the leading causes of infertility is endometriosis, it occurs when tissue from the endometrial lining implants itself outside the womb. 

Each month, during the menstrual cycle, this tissue sheds just as the lining of the uterus would. However, there’s no system in place for this tissue to then exit the body.

 Scar tissue and adhesions occur, leading to increased levels of pain and often also to infertility due to scarring.


What are the symptoms of endometriosis?

Symptoms of endometriosis can include but not limited to the following:
1) Painful periods called dysmenorrhea.
2) Painful intercourse.
3) Chronic low back pain.
4) Abdominal pain painful digestion.
5) Increased pain during bowel movements.
6) Urination excessive bleeding spotting or bleeding between cycles.
7) Infertility.
8) Joint pain fatigue.

9) Nerve pain, bloating and nausea.

What causes endometriosis ?


 It is estimated that as many as 176 million women worldwide suffer from endometriosis. While the exact cause of endometriosis is unknown, there does appear to be a strong genetic link within families.

 It is also recognized that endometriosis is not contagious or sexually transmitted. Theories pertaining to other potential causes include tissue from the endometrial lining, traveling outside the uterus and attaching to other areas of the body as a result of blocked menstrual flow

 There is some debate over whether tampons can lead to an increased risk of endometriosis, by blocking menstrual flow and leading to a back up within the body. A compromised immune system failing to seek out and destroy rogue endometrial tissue growth. 

 Another cause may be an overabundance of estrogen, on which endometriosis appears to thrive displacement of endometrial tissue during surgeries meant to treat other issues and the material tissue implants which may be present outside the uterus at birth and also exposure to dioxin and other man-made chemicals.

How is endometriosis diagnosed ?

Endometriosis Diagnosis
  • There are a variety of reasons behind the excessive length of time endometriosis often takes to diagnose the level of understanding surrounding this disease, it is not a disease doctors can see from the outside and is often mistaken for other diseases related to pelvic pain, such as;
  • ovarian cysts disease,
  • pelvic inflammatory or 
  • irritable bowel syndrome.

 The only reliable method of diagnosis is laparoscopic surgery, ultrasounds and diagnostic testing often provide no answers.

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So doctors are left to wait and see and weigh patients complaints against the risks of surgery the variability. Some women begin experiencing issues with their first period while others may not have any problems until much later in life.

 In many women the progression is slow with pain increasing over the course of several years, in others there is an advanced rate of growth over a short period of time, even the severity of symptoms is not always a good indicator of the level of disease.

  Some women with aggressive spreading experience few issues while others with only minimal growth may face daily pain, there is limited understanding as to why this variability occurs making it very difficult to spot endometriosis merely by recognizing the symptoms.

laparoscopic surgery

How does laparoscopic surgery work?

  • Once the need for laparoscopic surgery is determined, the patient is given a general anesthetic.
  • During the surgery, a patient’s abdomen is expanded and small cuts are made in the abdomen to insert tools which allow doctors to seek out and remove any possible areas of endometrial growth, often these lesions are then sent to a lab to confirm the diagnosis of endometriosis
  • surgeries can take anywhere from one to ten hours depending on the skill level of the surgeon and the spreading of the disease to observe.
  • Recovery typically involves bed rest and pain medications for several days often requiring overnight stays in the hospital for observation
    areas of the abdominal cavity.
However, in case of specific reproductive diseases like;
  • pelvic inflammatory disease,
  • fibroid and cyst
  • blocked Fallopian tubes

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Stages of Endomeriosis

Stages of endometriosis

  • The stages of endometriosis are typically diagnosed as stage 1 through stage 4;
  • stage 1 is considered minimal implants remain confined to the pelvic region with minimal spreading
  • stage 2 is considered mild increased implants are observed as well as scarring and adhesions surrounding the reproductive organs
  • stage 3 is moderate implants begin to cover the ovaries fallopian tubes and occasionally also the rectum and the cervix
  • stage 4 is considered severe excessive endometrial implants occur in the reproductive area extending out beyond the pelvic region into other

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Cavity as well traditional treatments treating endometriosis, is often an experimental endeavor with doctors and patients having to cycle through several treatment choices before finding something that works traditional options include; pain medication often prescribed to treat the increasing levels of pain.

It is important to note that pain medications will not treat the actual disease though patients are given hormone treatments often associated with elevated levels of estrogen, therefore, making hormone treatments a common path that doctors pursue.

Keep in mind that women hoping to conceive will not be able to achieve pregnancy while on these treatments, birth control pills are used to regulate hormones and to decrease the menstrual flow.

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Lupron has become one of the more commonly used drugs in the treatment of endometriosis. Lupron shuts down the pituitary gland and effectively puts women in a state of medically induced menopause (this is thought to decrease continued growth of endometriosis and reduce pain levels) however it should be noted that lupron is associated with several potential and often severe side effects and can only be taken for short periods of time.
Recent controversy has surrounded the potential long-term side effects of this drug and several endometriosis experts are beginning to kind of veer away from its use.

Progestin is another hormone thought to shrink endometriosis by counteracting the effects of estrogen on the tissue, women will cease having menstrual period while on this drug and side effects can include; weight gain depression and decreased bone patients should consider all alternative treatments carefully and possibly seek out second opinions before agreeing to this option.

In addition to the traditional treatments available there are several natural options which some patients may find relief ; (see also)

Treatment diet is another option the endometriosis diet consists of eliminating several food groups believed to increase inflammation caffeine gluten and dairy are seen to be among those that are the greatest culprits.

Acupuncture is another option the use of acupuncture for hormone regulation and symptom relief is beneficial to some women, the problem with endometriosis is there is no one-size-fits-all treatment plan finding a method that works for you often means the first building a reliable team of practitioners around you, it is common for treatment to include a sampling of several methods often seeking the combination which works best for the treatment of the individual education is key and finding the strength to become your own advocate is the necessary component to improving quality of life with endometriosis.

                                A Healthy Conclusion Herbcure’s Health Specialist

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