Can endometriosis affect motilaty of bowel?

Yes . Endometriosis irritates the pelvic surfaces and deep pelvis. Rectal endometriosis can result in pain with bowel movements and bloody bowel movements. A thorough evaluation will determine whether this is endometriosis or a primary intestinal problem such as diverticulosis and ibs.
Yes, it's possible. Depending on where the endometriosis is, i would think it certainly could affect the bowel. It could cause irritation and inflammation on the gut which would ultimately affect motility.

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I was diagnosed w endometriosis 14 years ago would that affect my motility of my bowels?

Absolutely. Endometriosis is a condition where endometrium, which normally grows inside the uterus, grows outside the uterus and implants on the abdominal wall and abdominal organs. This typically causes lots of pain, timed with the menstrual cycle. It can also cause a variety of bowel problems including both constipation and diarrhea. Read more...
Bowel Dysmotility. Yes, very hard to answer in 400 words. Look at dr. John mathias' work on bowel motility. It appears that endo is associated with a rare change in bowel contraction frequency that can cause pain. Treatments for this are not mainstream pain or gyn type treatments. Nutritional changes and meds that change bowel contractility can help. Endo on bowel can also cause bowel symptoms. Read more...