Dysmenorrhea is a very common gynecological symptom, refers to a phenomenon that women have obvious pain in the lower abdomen during the menstrual period.When many women have symptoms of dysmenorrhea, as long as they avoid fatigue and keep their body warm, the problem of dysmenorrhea will soon be relieved.
However, if women come to menstruation, dysmenorrhea occurs, and the symptoms are particularly obvious, which is generally related to uterine endometriosis.This disease will have a great impact on women’s health.So, what is endometriosis?
What is endometriosis?
Endometriosis refers to the phenomenon of abnormal growth of endometrium in other parts outside the uterine cavity.Endometriosis is a gynecological disease with many sees, which usually occurs among women aged 25 to 45.
The cause of endometriosis is not clear, but it is generally believed to be related to the environmental, genetic, and immune factors.In addition, if you drink a lot of alcohol or take some contraceptives for a long time, intake of more foods containing hormone ingredients will affect hormones in the body, thereby increasing the risk of endometriosis.
The symptoms brought by endometriosis are different. If it only grows in the pelvic cavity, it will cause patients to have obvious dysmenorrhea problems.
Moreover, this dysmenorrhea will appear within the first to 2 days before the start of menstruation, especially on the first day of the menstruation, the pain will be very strong.The patient’s lower abdomen and waist will have very severe pain, and will also radiate to the thighs, perineum and anus.In addition, it will also cause the patient to have too much menstruation.
In addition to changes in menstruation, endometriosis can also make women difficult to conceive.In addition, most patients have symptoms of pain in intercourse.
If it grows at an abnormal level in the ovarian area, some cysts will be formed. These cysts will rupture due to excessive abdominal pressure, then it will cause patients with very severe lower abdomen pain and nausea.
In addition, there are many patients with endometrium hyperplasia, which will have a series of gastrointestinal discomfort, such as frequent abdominal pain, constipation, or diarrhea. These symptoms are caused by ectopic growth in the intestine, or even even even more.Some patients will cause the intestinal cavity due to the mass of the lump, which will cause very obvious symptoms of intestinal obstruction.
If the ectopic endometrium violates the ureter and bladder, it will cause patients with low back pain, hematuria, frequent urination, and dysuria.
All in all, the cause of severe dysmenorrhea for a long time is generally related to the endometriosis. This is a disease that is very harmful to women’s health and brings more pain to women.
In addition, there is a certain probability of endometriosis, so it is necessary to quickly see the doctor when repeated dysmenorrhea.If it is caused by endometriosis, it must be treated in a timely manner under the guidance of a doctor, otherwise it is easy to seriously threaten women’s health and life.