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Dysmenorrhea can be induced by endometriosis
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wonderstruck - October 30

Dysmenorrhea is the most common diseases among women. The cause of dysmenorrhea depends on whether the condition is primary or secondary. In general, females with primary dysmenorrhea experience abnormal uterine contractions as a result of a chemical imbalance in the body. Secondary dysmenorrhea is caused by other medical conditions, and endometriosis is one of the most common conditions.
Endometriosis is seen in 5 to 10% of women in the general population and is thought to be more common in the mature woman, but it can also occur in adolescents and has been reported in girls as young as 10.5 years old. The peak incidence is between the ages of 25 and 30 years.
In this condition, tissue from the lining of the uterus is found outside the uterus, such as in the ovaries and fallopian tubes, behind the uterus, and on the bladder. Like the lining of the uterus, endometriosis tissue breaks down and bleeds in response to changes in hormones. This bleeding can cause pain, especially right around menstruation. Scar tissue called adhesions may form inside the pelvis where the bleeding occurs. Adhesions can cause organs to stick together, resulting in pain.
If your symptoms or a laparoscopy point to endometriosis as the cause of your hysmenorrhea, birth control pills, the birth control implant, the injection, or the hormonal intrauterine device can be tried. Traditional Chinese medicines such as Fuyan pill are another type of medication that may relieve endometriosis pain. The crux of treating endometriosis is diminishing inflammation. The ingredients of some herbal medicine can clear up \"fire\" and toxic materials and promote blood and Qi circulation. Proofed by clinical experiment, It has a very good effect on treating some gynecological inflammation. And these drugs may not cause side effects as antibiotics, including bone loss, hot flashes, vaginal dryness and resistance of drugs. And traditional Chinese medicine are always recommended for patients in severe cases when other treatments have not worked.
Generally, finding a doctor with whom you feel comfortable is crucial in managing and treating endometriosis. And you should be sure you know all the fact of your illness. If you want more information about endometriosis, referring to



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