Endometriosis is a disease that specifically concerns the female uterus. When women suffer from endometriosis, the tissues lining the uterine wall grow somewhere else in the patient’s body or the endometrial lining becomes excessively thick. When the endometrial lining of the uterine wall becomes thick, the sperms cannot implant themselves properly inside the uterus. leading to infertility related issues.
On the other hand, when the endometrial tissues develop in extra uterine areas like bowels, urinary bladder and behind the uterus, the tissues do not grow properly. This could impact the patient when she gets pregnant.
Unfortunately, some women do not have symptoms, others may experience menstrual pain. Women are often diagnosed with endometrioses only when they face difficulties in conceiving.
Fibroids are tiny tumour like growths that are found in the uterus of women. These are non cancerous in nature. Uterine fibroid usually occurs in women who have attained their child bearing age.
If untreated, the problem prolongs whilst they continue to be fertile and affects their child bearing capacity. The most perceivable symptoms that indicate that a woman is suffering from uterine fibroids, are heavy bleeding during menstruation. Sometimes menstrual bleeding is also associated with pain of mild to medium intensity, painful intercourse and frequent urination.
Experiencing several problems related to the reproductive system in the form of early labour, repeated miscarriages and infertility are also reported as symptoms of uterine fibroid.
This is a condition where the ovaries of a woman produce more male hormones than what is normally needed by the body. Sometimes surplus androgenic hormones are also produced by the adrenals.
The easily noticeable symptoms of PCOS or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome are pain in the pelvic region, abnormal hair growth in the facial region, excessive skin breakouts, weight gain in some cases and oiliness of the skin.