What can anyone tell me about endometriosis?

Answer #1

Endometriosis is a condition where the tissue that behaves like the cells that are lining the uterus grow in other areas of the body. Which causes pain, irregular bleeding, and sometimes infertility.

The tissue growth usually occurs in the pelvic area, outside of the uterus, on the ovaries, bowel, rectum, or the bladder…but it can occur in other areas of the body too.

Answer #2

I just had surgery and had some of the endometriosis removed, my doc said it was a mess in thr, and he also said I wud need surgery in the future to remove more as it builds up, is that true?

Answer #3

I am not a trained doctor, so I can’t tell you what is necessary in the future. However, if your doctor told you that you will need to have surgery in the future to remove more as it builds up, then it’s most likely true. They are a doctor, so they know what they are talking about. If you have any questions about your condition, or what needs to be done, it’s best to talk to your doctor…as he is the one treating you.

Answer #4

I understand, I just thought u may have known someone that had it and some personal experiance, thx for answering have a good one

Answer #5

You’re welcome. Sorry I couldn’t help you more. I don’t know anyone with this condition, nor have I ever experienced this.

Answer #6

I myself have endometriosis, and like she said it means the lining of your uterus grows in the wrong place. Mine grows on my ovaries. If it grows back yes it’s possible you may need surgery again, have you been on any hormone therapies?

Answer #7

My endometriosis was on my ovaries, tubes, pelvice, and abdomanal wall, and on my uterus, wat can I do to stop some of the pain?

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