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1Assessment essayStudent's name:Instructor's name:Course title:EndometriosisEndometriosis refers to a disorder in the human female body that causes the tissues thattypically underlines the uterus to grow outside the uterine cavity. Often this causes pain to thewoman; it can cause irregular bleeding, and sometimes infertility. This tissue most likelygrows in the pelvic area and the pelvic lining outside the uterus on the ovaries, bowel,rectum, and bladder.The disease is not limited specifically to these areas of the body; it canoccur in any part of the body. It is important that women learn to be keen on the changes intheir body and the signs and symptoms of endometriosis, to understand the risk factors andthe treatment options for this disease to prevent and contain the disease before it spreads toother parts of the body (Wilson, 1987).Endometriosis appears to occur more in ladies with high-accomplishing careers thatexperience the ill effects of particular and profession stretch; stress can cause the hormonalimbalance of the body. Despite the fact that endometriosis happens in ladies of any sort, itwill occur principally in Caucasian women. Also, endometriosis appears to exist in womenwhose moms or sisters have had the sickness before. Eight to 10% of ladies withendometriosis have moms or sisters who have likewise had the disease (Wilson, 1987).The symptoms of endometriosis change from woman to woman. While a few womenencounter no symptoms at all, others encounter the most widely recognized symptoms of
2endometriosis which is incapacitating torment. "Roughly 60 percent of ladies withendometriosis experience the ill effects of logically exacerbating menstrual issues". Extremecramps can occur for extended periods of time like two weeks before menstruation cycle andcould proceed all through the monthly cycle. Also, cramps caused by endometriosis might notrespond to the regular medication, such as anti-inflammatory pills and contraceptivemedications, taken to ease the pain during the menstrual cycle (Wilson, 1987).If an individual suspect that she might be suffering from endometriosis, she shouldmake an appointment with her doctor for a check-up. If endometriosis is suspected, then a

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Term
Spring
Professor
richard james
Tags
Endometrium, endometriosis

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