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Endometriosis is a gynecological disease, which can affect various pelvic and abdominal organs and is responsible for a wide range of painful symptoms. It interferes with the activity of various organs and can lead to infertility. Its prevalence is high in young women, estimated at between 5 and 10% of the population of women of childbearing age.

What is endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a chronic disease that affects one woman in ten. Where does it come from? How does it develop? What are the consequences for women affected?

What is adenomyosis?

Adenomyosis refers to a series of changes that occur strictly inside the uterus, resulting in the presence of uterine lining inside the muscular layer of the uterus.

Types of endometriosis

From a teaching point of view, endometriosis lesions are classified into 3 major groups, which may appear together in one case. These endometriosis lesions can theoretically be found anywhere in the pelvis and abdomen, and more rarely in the thorax.

The symptoms of endometriosis

Endometriosis is responsible for a variety of painful symptoms, which appear during or just before a period. With time other pain may become more intense.

Diagnosis of endometriosis

This disease remains little known even in the medical world and is difficult to diagnose. Most women are referred for treatment after the disease has already developed during several years.

Treatments for endometriosis

Although currently there is no specific treatment for endometriosis cells, solutions are available to improve the quality of life of women affected. The use of amenorrhea has a favorable effect on endometriosis. In some cases surgical treatment is necessary to remove the lesions.