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Does Endometriosis Cause Body Odor
Can endometriosis cause an occasional bad odor down there? No STD but have endo. Us that normal? All random as to when it flares up.
Something else: The most common symptoms of endometriosis are painful menses, pain during sex, pelvic pain, or infertility. There are other possible symptoms, such as constipation or diarrhea. I would consider other possibilities for your vaginal odor, such as bacterial vaginosis (bv). With bv, the odor may be worse after sex and during menses.
Can endometriosis w/ weak pelvic floor cause smell from rectum to be emitted when uterus contract if scar tissues are attached to rectum?
I have a something in my uterus about 6.4cm doctor said it could be adenomysis or endometriosis. Can this cause discharge before menstruation? No smell
Uterine defect: A hallmark of endometriosis or adenomyosis (endometriosis of the uterus) is bleeding prior to true menses. The best way to diagnosis this condition is an MRI. If you have this condition and don't wish to conceive at the present I suggest treating with medication such an Lupron (leuprolide).
Finding small amounts of sediment in urine, no blood/odor. Dipped myself which shows mod wbc. Horrible lower back pain (endometriosis). Any thoughts?
Could be UTI: I think it definitely could be a urinary tract infection but that should be checked out. Urinary sediment is certainly not normal which could signal other malfunctions going on and not just an infectious process. I recommend getting a urine sample looked at and possibly cultured, depending on what your doctor would like. Would get the sediment looked at microscopically.See 1 more doctor answer
I have an awful odor and a brown-ish discharge coming from my vagina. What is this? I am sexually active. I am on birth control. I have a history of endometriosis in my family. I am not allergic to anything.
Lost tampon: This is most frequently a list tampon which could cause a severe infection. See your gyno now!See 1 more doctor answer
Endometriosis: Endometriosis usually causes chronic pelvic pain. It is due to an increase in production of inflammatory substances which may lead to scarring of the pelvic organs, thereby increasing your chances of infertility or an ectopic pregnancy. These inflamatory substances are also known to cause irregular menstruation and may occasionally prevent ovulation.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes, it can: Endometriosis can and does interfere with ovulation as well as fallopian tube motility (the ability to conduct the fertilized egg to the uterus). Researchers are not exactly sure why, whether the endometriosis implants secrete a substance that does that or not, but 40% of all infertility patients suffer from endometriosis.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes: No 2 women experience the exact same pain. The pain can be deep, superficial, intermittent or constant. It can occur randomly or all the time or just with periods. There is no set pattern.See 1 more doctor answer
Can clomaphene cause problems when I have endometriosis? Did clomaphene work or make endometriosis worse?
Talk to your doctor: Clomiphene alters hormonal balances in the body, especially of estrogen. This is how it works as an infertility drug. Endometriosis can be worsened by the presence of high levels of estrogens. Clomiphene use is relatively contraindicated in women with endometriosis. But again, you should talk to your doctor since only they know why you may still need to take the drug despite your condition.See 1 more doctor answer
Endometriosis: You may have some pain from endometriosis, especially at or near the time of your menstrual cycle. This results as the fluid from the endometriosis may cause inflammation of the area near the diaphragm on the right. Sometimes, there is an implant directly on the diaphragm that may worsen over time as well. The only way to tell would be at the time of surgery.
Endometriosis: Over time endometrial tissue may grow & spread into the ovaries & may occlude the fallopian tubes. Blood in ovaries may form into cysts. The endometrial tissue responds to hormones that cause normal menstrual bleeding. Repeated inflammation can lead to formation of scar tissues. These changes can lead to fertility problems.
YES: YES it can, but you need full evaluation, by your physician, to make sure nothing else is wrong.
Varies: Everyone experiences pain differently. For some it may feel like cramping, others sharp or stabbing pains and yet others may feel a burning sensation. You can reduce this by teaching your partner to avoid deep penetration. The outer third of the penis and vagina are the most sensitive, so deep insertion isn't needed and for you is painful.
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