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Whatis endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a medical condition in which the layer of tissue that usually covers the uterus’s inner side, starts growing on the outer side of the uterus. In the majority of the endometriosis cases, this layer of tissue starts growing on the ovaries, tissues, and the ovaries, and even on the uterine tubes, but in certain rare cases, it is observed that it may occur in the other parts of the body as
Generally, the Endometriosis symptoms include pelvic pain, pain during sexual intercourse, infertility, and heavy periods. The reason behind the condition is still not clear and the accurate method for diagnosing it is a biopsy, it clears which Endometriosis stages the woman has.

This condition of Endometriosis has been categorized by the clinical experts based on the number of tissues, their depth, their size and, the specific point where they are located. The best system to identify the stage and type of Endometriosis was developed by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) formerly known as ASF. Let us understand all the types and stages of Endometriosis.

 Types of Endometriosis

The Endometriosis stages and Symptoms are very much vital for a doctor to start the medication specifically, as the prescribed medication depends upon the severity of the condition. Endometriosis is divided into groups based on the area they affect. There are broadly four main types of Endometriosis.

Superficial Peritoneal Endometriosis

This is the least severe type in which the endometrial tissue gets attached to the thin membrane that lines your abdomen and pelvis, known as peritoneum

Ovarian Endometriomas

 It is also known as Chocolate Cysts and is developed within the ovaries, and chances are that it might further break and spread in the pelvic cavity too.

Deep Infiltrating Endometriosis |

 It is often termed as DIE I by the doctors, and it occurs inside the organs of the pelvis cavity, this type of Endometriosis can even cause a case of Frozen Pelvis.

Deep Infiltrating Endometriosis II

It is often termed as DIE II by doctors, it is the even worse case of DIE I as it not only occurs inside of the pelvis cavity but it too occurs outside of the cavity. This can affect the appendix, heart, lungs, and in even the worst cases, your brain.



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