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How Common Is Endometriosis After C Sections
I was told that I have endometriosis on my incision where I had a cesarean section. How is this possible?
It is possible: Although somewhat unusual, endometriosis certainly can occur in a c-section scar, or any other pelvic surgical scar for that matter. It is thought that the cells from the inside of the uterus get "seeded" into the scar at the time of the surgery and can then begin to grow, and perhaps cause pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An abnormal condition where some endometrial tissue, which is lining tissue of the uterus, is located outside the uterus. The displaced tissue, just like the tissue lining the uterus, bleeds during each menstrual cycle. Endometriosis can be very painful, and can result ...Read more
I am 32 n having horrible pain in my lower stomach I had a hysterectomy n 3 c sections I can't have sex cuz it hurts so bad I had andometresious help?
Not certain: All standard authoritative textbooks in gynecologic surgery, including a comprehensive review in fertility & sterility in 2006, agree the ovaries, cul-de-sac, and pelvic peritoneum are the most common sites in that order. Although reasons aren't certain, if retrograde menstrual flow is a major cause of developing endometriosis this makes sense anatomically. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After I was diagnosed as having endometriosis, I was told that I have inadequate ovulation. How common is this?
If u are struggling: With infertility I am not surprised that elements of your history may have tipped your physician. Endometriosis however, do not cuase "inadequate" ovulation. This are two separate processes that can sometimes co-exist but are independent of each other. Ovulatory dysfunction is the most common cause of female infertility. Hope this answers ? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible, unknown: It's absolutely possible, although I'm unaware of any data to back up an answer as to how often it happens. I can say in my personal practice experience of over 20 years it is not terribly common. I hope this helps you. ...Read more
Fairly common: Although experts may disagree over small differences, good ballpark figures for endometriosis are as follows: about 10-15% of women in the general population, between 40-60% of women with normal male partners who seek help for infertility, and as high as 80-90% who meet the above and have chronic pelvic pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain before bleeding: Cramps are common w/ periods, but be suspicious of pain appearing 2 or more days before you bleed & goes away quickly after bleeding begins. As endometriosis worsens, pain keeps extending over more days. At its worst, it hurts pretty much all the time. Many don't seek help, thinking pelvic pain is a woman's "lot in life." often their mom had the same issues. Seek treatment! endometriosis scars! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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