That’s not an obstacle for mom!
Mother had to provide support for herself Sometimes the inner layer of the uterus Provides clogging conditions. Endometriosis this trouble is foreseen and If you resort to corrective treatments, it is easy to become a mother!
For pregnancy to occur, the endometrium cells of the inner layer of the uterus must cooperate. In some cases, these cells migrate to the ovaries and Fallopian tubes, rather than inside the uterus, thus impeding pregnancy. Symptoms vary depending on the severity of the condition.
However, all these symptoms can be misleading to women, so the water under the endometriosis mat varies slightly. The evolution leading to this condition starts with monthly bleeding.
Endometrium cells in the inner layer of the uterus can help with pregnancy. However, during pregnancy, these cells continue to emit monthly secretions. At the same time, some cells are redirected to different parts of the body.
However, the innate immune system kills these cells. In some women, the system is not working properly, and the condition is out of control.
When this happens, the secretions that need to be discharged at the end of each month are injected into the uterus and into the fallopian tubes.
Its endometrium cells travel to the bladder, in other organs of the reproductive system, beyond the uterus, where they cling to one another.
In addition, the cells are stimulated each month, releasing some enzymes along with blood. This condition can become a barrier to pregnancy.
These are the places to growth!
The endometrium cells in the woman with the problem are transplanted into various parts of the body with bleeding.
They occur in the back of the uterus, inside the ovaries, inside the fallopian tubes, outside the bladder, near the rectum, and rarely in the lungs.
When these cells multiply in the ovaries, a tumor called endometriosis occurs. This is also known as chocolate chocolate system.
The symptoms present in endometriosis are similar to the different common problems and can be misleading.
There may be no symptoms at all! In others, only two or three cells can cause serious side effects. However, when the cells are transplanted close to the nerve, the symptoms become apparent. These are the most common symptoms!
Low-intensity pain in the pelvis continues and intensifies during the month. Frequent urination Lumbar pain Diarrhea and vomiting severe pain bleeding monthly.
Can be found with tests!
It is necessary to consult a gynecologist if the symptoms are not interrupted with treatment and if there are monthly problems with them.
With abdominal scanning, it is possible to detect cells that have been planted in the uterus, ovaries, outside the uterus with an embryo, and in other body parts.
Need to be vigilant!
Endometriosis consists of four stages. Recognizing this difficulty early on is easy to rectify. So keep an eye on the properties.
Women under the age of 30 should not use contraceptives and should not consult a gynecologist if they do not conceive within one year and women who are between 30 and 35 years of age do not conceive within six months of marriage.
Due to endometriosis, the ovaries cannot produce enough ovaries. ART (Assisted Reproductive) Treatment is the treatment that stimulates the ovaries and releases the ovaries.
As part of this treatment, mature ovaries are collected, fertilized with sperm and then transplanted back into the uterus.
Even with ART treatment, women with endometriosis are able to conceive. IUI (Intrauterine Insemination) and IVF (Invitro Fertilization) treatments can be done in ART.
Treatment is easy!
In the early stage of endometriosis, only cells extend and stick to the organs. At this stage, the problem can be corrected by firing the cells through laparoscopy. The hinges are clearly visible in the second stage.
These can be dissected and used to cause pregnancy through Artificial Insemination (IUI). In the third stage, endometriosis involves the ovaries, near the bladder, behind the uterus, and the organs stick together.
In the fourth stage the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries are all clipped. Stage III endometriosis does not result in IUI. Burning those cells and dissecting the organs can complicate pregnancy. So they need IVF (Invitro Fertilization).
That is, fertilization of the outer part of the body, fertilization, and then transplantation of the uterus can cause pregnancy. If the ovaries are frozen in the last stage, the IVF method can be used to collect the ovaries from the donor.
Most of them
Women who started their first monthly birth at a young age (11 years and younger).
Female with weak BMI (Body Mass Index).
There was severe monthly bleeding.
Women who have had a similar problem with blood relatives.
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