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I have noticed there is something wrong with my daughter maybe a year ago. She had pain, and some symptoms that required doctor’s opinion. When we finally decided to this step, he diagnosed her with endometriosis. Now I would like to know more about it. Is that true that is very hard, or even impossible to have a baby woman with endometriosis.

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Endometriosis occurs when tissue like that which lines the uterus, or the tissue called endometrium, is found outside the uterus. Usually that happens in the abdomen on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and ligaments that support the uterus. It could be affected the area between the vagina and rectum, and outer surface of the uterus. This misplaced tissue develops into growths or lesions, which respond to the menstrual cycle in the same way as uterine lining. Each month the tissue builds up, breaks down, and sheds, causing pain and bleeding. The biggest problem is that blood and tissue shed from endometrial growths has no way of leaving the body as normal menstrual. The fact is it could cause pain, infertility, scar tissue formation, adhesions, and bowel problems. Endometriosis is bad enough with the pain and other problems but difficulties getting pregnant too sounds as really too much. Researches showed that women with endometriosis conceive at lower rates then women without endometriosis. In addition, miscarriages are more common in endometriosis patients than in those who do not have this disease.
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