How do I know if I have endometriosis?
Many women feel at least some pelvic pain during their period,Pain during or after sex,Pain when you pee,Pain with bowel movements,Irregular bleeding,Bleeding or spotting between periods
Many women with endometriosis experience pain in their pelvic or belly area that starts before their period is irresponsive to pain medication. This pain can feel like a dull ache, or also sharp, stabbing pains.
For many women, endometriosis goes away at menopause, when their periods stop. Until menopause, medicine and surgery may be able to help with symptoms of endometriosis.
If left untreated, endometriosis can (however does not always) result in a range of symptoms, including: Dysmenorrhoea (pain during menstruation) Pelvic pain. Infertility (the inability to become pregnant) or subfertility (a reduced ability to become pregnant)
endometriosis can lead to complications such as: Infertility. Debilitating pelvic pain. Adhesions and ovarian cysts.