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Endometriosis—One of the Causes of Secondary Dysmenorrhea

Some women may feel a severe pain during menstrual period even before the period comes followed by bleeding. If you experience this pain, you should check your condition. Maybe it can be the symptoms of endometriosis which commonly the cause of secondary dysmenorrhea.

What is endometriosis?

Endometriosis or “endo” is a common disease that affects millions of women. The cause of endometriosis is when endometrium, a lining tissue from uterus, grows outside uterus or in other organ that doesn’t belong. The organ that commonly found endometriosis is fallopian tubes, ovaries, outer surfaces of uterus, or tissue near uterus. Some women also grow endometriosis in vagina, bowel, bladder, vulva, cervix, and rectum, even rarely cases in lungs, skin, and brain. Usually during menstrual period, endometrium will shed, but when endometrial grows in other part of body can’t shed, it’ll cause a severe pain.

What are the Symptoms?

The common symptom of endometriosis is pain. The pain can vary from severe menstrual cramps that get worse over time, painful pelvic and lower back for a long time, a deep pain during and after sex, intestinal painful, painful urination, and bowel movement pain during periods. Women who suffer from endometriosis mostly feel very painful menstrual period. In some rare cases, the pain also followed by bleeding in urine or stool. Moreover, they will also feel nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and digestive problems especially during menstrual period. When you experience these symptoms, make sure to quickly see a doctor to check it.

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