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Endometriosis, symptoms, causes,natural treatment

endometriosis related to hysterectomy and fibroid
endometriosis

WHAT IS Endometriosis 

Endometriosis is a disorder affecting women’s reproductive organs, where the tissue that lines the inside of the uterus grows outside of the uterus.

It most commonly grows in the tissue lining the pelvis, the ovaries, and the fallopian tubes. In severe cases, it can spread behind the reproductive system.

The most common symptom of this is pelvic pain, especially during the menstrual period. Instead of the normal menstrual cramps in ladies, women suffering from endometriosis experience severe pain.

They can develop in anywhere in the body, but they appear mostly in the pelvic area.they may likely affect the ovaries and fallopian and other places around the pelvic area.

Normally, this tissue is expelled during menstruation, but displaced tissue cannot do this.

This leads to physical symptoms, such as pain. As the lesions grow larger, they can affect bodily functions.

this pain might affect other aspects of one’s life, like relationships and the ability to work.

Symptoms

Symptoms of endometriosis include:

  • Long-term lower-back and pelvic pain
  • Bloody stool or urine
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Spotting or bleeding between periods
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Bloody stool or urine
  • Periods lasting longer than 7 days
  • Heavy menstrual bleeding where the pad needs changing every 1 to 2 hours

And also, Pregnancy may provide temporary relief from symptoms.


Causes

Possible explanations could include:

Problems with the menstrual flow: Menstrual blood enters the fallopian tubes and the pelvis instead of leaving the body in the usual way.

Surgical scar: Endometrial cells can move during a procedure such as a hysterectomy or c-section.

Genetics: There may be an inherited component. A woman with a close family member who has endometriosis is more likely to develop endometriosis herself.

Hormones: Endometriosis is stimulated by the hormone estrogen.

Immune system: Problems with the immune system can prevent the destruction of these tissues.

Natural/Home Treatment

here also are some natural and home remedies:

1. Heat

heat pack for endometriosis

Taking a warm bath, or placing a heating pad or hot water bottle on the lower abdomen, therefore, helping t relax cramping pelvic muscles, which should reduce pain.

This is a common treatment for menstrual cramps that can offer immediate relief.

2. Castor oil

caster seed oil for endometriosis

Castor oil has been used for hundreds of years to treat endometriosis, but also It’s important that this technique is only used before the menstrual flow, and not during.

it can be massaged directly into the abdomen and also it can be applied to a warm compress to place on the abdomen.

3. Pelvic massage

studies found that massaging the pelvic area, including parts of the abdomen, sides, and back, could be helpful in reducing menstrual pain associated with endometriosis. It may also be useful to use massage oil.

4. Turmeric

tumeric endometriosis

Turmeric has strong anti-inflammatory properties that can be beneficial to people experiencing endometriosis symptoms. It can also be used to manage endometriosis in the long term. 

You can take turmeric capsules, or make turmeric tea by boiling one cup of water and adding a teaspoon of both turmeric and ginger powder. You can also add honey and lemon.
rink this three times daily while experiencing symptoms, and at least once daily when you’re using it for maintenance.

5. Light exercise

light exercise for endometriosis

Regular exercise helps to release endorphins. these hormones can reduce pain.

Exercise may also help to lower estrogen levels in the body and improve symptoms. Stretch before and after each workout.

6. Ginger tea

tea for endometriosis

Some people with endometriosis experience nausea as a result of the condition. Ginger tea is one of the best home remedies for treating nausea .

Just add them to a cup of boiling water and drink two to three times daily when experiencing nausea.

7. Rest

rest is good for endometriosis

Getting extra rest is important, especially during menstruation. Lying on the side with the knees pulled into the chest can help to relieve pain or pressure in the back.

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