The Difference Between Pain Caused By Endometriosis And Physiological Dysmenorrhea
What is endometriosis? Endometriosis is caused by hormone stimulation of endometrial tissue, which leads to the continuous growth of ectopic tissue, and then presents periodic exfoliation phenomenon, and constantly causes lesions in any part outside the uterine cavity. Simply speaking, the endometrium is in the wrong place, while accumulating in the body organs, unable to pass through the vagina in time and smoothly drain out of the body, and then stimulate the surrounding tissue congestion, inflammation and other phenomena. With repeated menstrual cycles in women, endometriosis is a gynecological disease characterized by dysmenorrhea and menstrual bleeding.
Recently, Miss Zhang had obvious abdominal pain when she had menstruation. At first Miss Zhang thought it was caused by the cold, but the situation lasted for almost half a year and did not improve. Not only that, Miss Zhang ‘s menstrual dysmenorrhea has become more and more serious recently. This time Miss Zhang did not dare to neglect, went to the relevant hospital for examination and learned that she suffered from endometriosis. During the examination, doctors pointed out that dysmenorrhea was the main symptom of endometriosis in women. Miss Zhang is very confused about this, pointing out that many women in life will regard it as normal physiological dysmenorrhea. What’s the difference between these two kinds of pain?
Difference between physiological dysmenorrhea and pain caused by endometriosis
First of all, dysmenorrhea caused by endometriosis is usually accompanied by menstrual cycle bleeding and irregular menstruation, in addition to dysmenorrhea. Physiological dysmenorrhea is, due to pelvic congestion, there is a slight sense of abdominal distension during menstruation, which is normal.
In addition, dysmenorrhea caused by endometriosis usually occurs during menstruation and accompanies the whole menstrual period. Physiological dysmenorrhea often occurs at the beginning of menstruation, and mainly occurs in infertile women. The causes may be uterine dysplasia, cervical development problems, or endocrine disorders. Generally, women do not have dysmenorrhea. Dysmenorrhea occurs only when a sudden menstrual onset occurs.
The uterus is a very important reproductive organ. So how to treat it?
Endometriosis is a common gynecological difficult disease, gynecological surgery has been considered as a relatively reliable treatment, but based on the phenomenon of recurrence after surgery, therefore, herbal medicine treatment plays a key role in preventing recurrence, and herbal medicine itself also has symptomatic treatment. Advantage, this is the significance of traditional Chinese medicine treatment of endometriosis.
The treatment of this disease varies from person to person. In Ms. Zhang’s case, the doctor suggested that she should adopt drug therapy. However, Ms. Zhang herself preferred traditional Chinese medicine treatment, mainly considering that the side effects of traditional Chinese medicine treatment were small. Then the doctor recommended Fuyan Pill to Miss Zhang. This medicine is a patent product of Li Xiaoping, and has a relatively ideal effect in the treatment of endometriosis.
Miss Zhang ‘s dysmenorrhea improved markedly after taking it for a certain period of time according to her doctor’s instructions. In this regard, I would like to remind all female friends that once sudden dysmenorrhea occurs, we must pay more attention to it, and timely check in the hospital to be on guard against endometriosis.