There are about 77 million women worldwide who suffer from endometriosis, a condition in which endometrial cells (cells of the uterus) is found outside the uterus, mainly in the ovaries, fallopian tubes, bowel or even the bladder.
In rare cases, endometrial cells are also attached to the lungs, eyes, and even the brain. Apart from a large number of women who have this condition cause of endometriosis is still unclear. You can also get online help to find out about the reasons of endometriosis pain.
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Endometriosis currently has no known cure and brings pain and discomfort in most patients and is the cause of infertility for many women. Individuals who suffer from endometriosis may also find they have a strained relationship as dyspareunia.
Here are some theories related to the possible causes behind endometriosis:
Some experts believe that menstrual fluid, instead of flowing out of the body, ran behind upside down into the fallopian tubes. Although the fallopian tubes and ovaries are connected, there is a small hole where retrograde menstruation can flow out to the pelvic region.
Some endometrial cells (cell line or coat the uterus) of the menstrual flow can then be attached to the body tissue found in the pelvic area, including ovarian, bladder, fallopian tubes, intestines and even colon.
Cells misplaced, believe that they are still attached to the uterine wall, swell and shed during the menstrual cycle. Unfortunately, the new shed cells cannot exit the body and get stuck in the pelvic or abdominal area that leads to painful symptoms that characterize endometriosis.