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ENDOMETRIOSIS: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

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ENDOMETRIOSIS:
Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Endometriosis is a chronic, often painful condition in which the tissue that normally lines the uterus (called the endometrium) starts growing outside the uterus. Most commonly, the growth is on the fallopian tubes, ovaries, or the pelvic lining, but in some cases, it can also spread outside the pelvic area.

Endometriosis can cause painful periods, cramps, and heavy menstrual bleeding. Home remedies can provide relief by controlling inflammation, relaxing the muscles, and improving overall health.
Endometriosis occurs when tissue that resembles the uterus lining grows elsewhere in the body. The tissue is called endometrial tissue. It may, for example, develop on the fallopian tubes, ovaries, bowel, or bladder.
Endometrial tissue gets thicker at the start of a woman’s period and sheds during menstruation. When the tissue located outside of the uterus starts to drop away, it can cause pain, cramping, or scar tissue.

#What causes endometriosis?#

The medical community has yet to determine why endometriosis develops.

However, below are a few popular theories:
*The transplantation theory involves cells from the li of the uterus travelling, either through the bloodstre or in menstrual blood that flows backward into the fallopian tubes.
*Another theory is that cells outside of the uterus change into endometrial cells, but doctors are not why this might happen.
*A more current theory is that endometrial tissue is implanted during fetal development.
*It is possible that genetics plays a role, because endometriosis tends to run in families.

#Signs and Symptoms#

*Painful periods.
Pelvic pain and cramping during menstruation. It may begin before and continue for several days after the onset of your monthly period. The pain can also occur in the lower abdomen or low back. It has even been known to cause shooting nerve pain in the legs, called sciatica .
*Sharp, deep pain during ovulation, sexual intercourse, bowel movements, and/or urination
*Heavy menstrual periods or bleeding in between periods
*Fatigue
*Indigestion, diarrhea, constipation, and nausea
*Infertility.
Endometriosis can cause adhesions that trap the egg.

#Home Remedies for Endometriosis#

1. Heat:
A hot water bottle placed on the lower abdomen often helps to relieve pain during menstruation.
Taking a warm bath, or placing a heating pad or hot water bottle on the lower abdomen can help to relax cramping pelvic muscles, which should reduce pain.
This is a common treatment for menstrual cramps that can offer immediate relief.
A study from 2001 tested the effectiveness of heating pads on 81 women with painful periods. It found that using a low-level heating pad was as effective as ibuprofen for pain relief.

2. Pelvic massage:
A 2010 study found that massaging the pelvic area, including parts of the abdomen, sides, and back, was helpful in reducing menstrual pain associated with endometriosis.
Doing this type of massage shortly before the menstrual period begins may be more comfortable. It may also be useful to use massage oil.

3. Over-the-counter pain relievers:
Over-the-counter (OTC) pain medications, such as acetaminophen, ibuprofen, or naproxen have been developed to fight inflammation .
Reducing inflammation will often relieve cramping and pain. A doctor can determine the best dosing levels.

4. Turmeric:
Turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties. Researchers in 2013 showed that turmeric might inhibit estradiol, a form of estrogen . This may help to prevent growths.
Turmeric supplements are available as capsules. The spice is often found in teas and may be added to meals.

5. Dietary changes:
Avoiding dairy, processed foods, and gluten may help to reduce the severity of symptoms.
Altering the diet could reduce symptoms, though more research is needed to determine the best changes.
However, minimizing the consumption of red meat and increasing intake of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains can help to improve overall health.
Some experts recommend an elimination diet. This involves eating no foods that tend to cause inflammation, then reintroducing them slowly to determine which are problematic for the individual.
Potentially problematic foods include:
*dairy products
*gluten
*processed foods
*sugars
It is important to track symptoms so that potential triggers can be identified.

6. Light exercise:
Regular exercise helps to release endorphins. These “feel good” hormones can reduce pain.
Exercise may also help to lower estrogen levels in the body and improve symptoms. Stretch before and after each workout.

7. Rest:
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.

8. Herbal supplements:
Herbal or other supplements may help to reduce symptoms, though very little research has been done.
It is important to speak with a doctor before taking herbal supplements.

9. Omega-3 fatty acids:
Omega-3 fatty acids may help to reduce inflammation. They are naturally found in fatty fish, such as salmon. They are also available as a daily supplement.

(Written by:
Dr Osiyemi Abosede Christiana O.
GVM Chief Gynaecologist
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