Endometriosis is a chronic condition in which tissues that normally develop on the inside of the uterus are found outside the uterus. These tissues cause cysts that that may be found in the ovaries, uterine ligaments, fallopian tubes, colon, urethra, bladder or the vagina. In rare instances, they may also be found in the lungs and limbs. Endometriosis often runs in families. There are many natural ways to treat the condition and alleviate symptoms, but they usually need about three months to bring about noticeable improvement.
What are endometriosis symptoms?
Most women who have endometriosis, in fact, do not have symptoms. Of those who do experience symptoms, the common symptoms are pain (usually pelvic) and infertility. Pelvic pain usually occurs during or just before menstruation and lessens after menstruation. Some women experience painful sexual intercourse (dyspareunia) or cramping during intercourse, and or/pain during bowel movements and/or urination. Even pelvic examination by a doctor can be painful. The pain intensity can change from month to month, and vary greatly among women. Some women experience progressive worsening of symptoms, while others can have resolution of pain without treatment.
Pelvic pain in women with endometriosis depends partly on where the implants of endometriosis are located.
Deeper implants and implants in areas with many pain-sensing nerves may be more likely to produce pain.
The implants may also produce substances that circulate in the bloodstream and cause pain.
Lastly, pain can result when endometriosis implants form scars. There is no relationship between severity of pain and how widespread the endometriosis is (the "stage" of endometriosis).
Causes of Endometriosis
The different causes of endometriosis are retrospective menstruation, allergies due to food, fever, fatness, failure of immune system, hereditary factors, and irregular periods. Development of toxin in the body also causes endometriosis.
Remedies for Endometriosis
To treat nausea due to endometriosis, drink a cup of ginger tea.
Place an ice pack or a heating pad on your lower abdominal area.
Find powerful herbal remedies Home Remedies for Endometriosis
Try juice therapy.Dark grape, mango, papaya and pineapple juices are recommended.
Fresh Fruit and vegtable juices
Drink fresh fruit and vegetable juices maintained at room temperature.
Use of Herbs
Herbs such as cramp bark, chaste berry, cohosh and false unicorn root relieve symptoms of endometriosis.
Use of leaves and flowers
Leaves and flowers of rosemary, leaves and roots of dandelion, milk thistle seeds and vervain herb are effective in improving hormone metabolism and bile-bowel function.
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