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What are symptoms of endometriosis

        WHAT ARE SYMPTOMS OF ENDOMETRIOSIS
There is a huge range of possible symptoms of endometriosis and it is important to remember that the symptoms women experience can vary widely. Some women will have few symptoms. Others, unfortunately, suffer many. A few women experience no symptoms and their endometriosis is only discovered during surgery for an unrelated condition. Other women experience no symptoms other than infertility.
The symptoms experienced depend on a number of factors including the severity and extent of the endometriosis and the location of the implants.
The severity of the symptoms varies from mild to severe and does not necessarily have any relationship to the extent of the disease but it usually bears a closer relationship to the location of the implants.
Thus, a few tiny spots of endometriosis may cause excruciating pain especially if they are located in an area where there are many nerve endings, such as in the Pouch of Douglas or on the utero-sacral ligaments. In contrast, severe endometriosis may cause little pain because the implants are located in an area where there are few nerve endings, such as on the ovary.
The range and severity of symptoms often increases as the disease progresses. In addition, the number of days in the month during which the symptoms are felt often increases as the condition worsens.
Thus, in the early stages of the disease the symptoms may be mild and only apparent for the first one or two days of a period but, as the condition worsens, the symptoms may be felt with increasing severity for most of the month. However, for some women the range and severity of their symptoms remains constant for many years.
The most common symptoms include dysmenorrhoea, dyspareunia, pelvic pain, bleeding problems, ovulation pain, bowel problems and infertility.

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