Endometriosis affects roughly 1 in 10 women in the reproductive age. Some have no or few symptoms, but for others, it can be debilitating and painful. If you do have symptoms, know that you are not alone in your struggles. Pain and sexual activity do not commute very well. Read how to get about some of the nuisances. If you are unsure if you have endometriosis you can read a bit about what it entails.
Visit a doctor if you ask yourself: Do I have endometriosis? The doctor will have to examine you to know for sure if you have endometriosis. What is endometriosis? The endometrium is the lining of your uterus that thickens throughout your menstrual cycle and is shed during your period. Endometriosis happens when this tissue grows … Continue reading DO I HAVE ENDOMETRIOSIS?
Sex and endometriosis can be troublesome. Endometriosis can cause swelling and agonizing pain. The growths may continue to expand and cause problems, such as: Blocking your fallopian tubes or ovaries might make it hard for you to get pregnant. Trapped blood in the ovaries can form cysts. Painful inflammation and swelling. Scar tissue and adhesions. The … Continue reading SEX AND ENDOMETRIOSIS