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Artis Indo Cantik3gp What is Endometriosis? If a woman has little stomach cramps on the first day or second day, her menstrual period, in fact it is considered a common problem, because more than half of women experience it. Every woman will experience about 400 times the period since the first time they get it, or will experience it for 33 years of his life approaching menopause (the stopping of menstruation). Cramps during menstruation it can be a pain in the lower abdomen or thighs. There's even a feeling of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and headache. However, about 10% of women with endometriosis experience pain so severe, so need to take medication in order to perform their routine activities. Among them there are famous celebrities, like Marilyn Monroe, Susan Sarandon, Louise Redknapp, Karen Duffy. It all starts from menstrual disturbances, which occurred some reason, and is still a mystery to the medical community.
Endometriosis is a case of endometrial tissue (uterine lining) that grows outside the uterus (endometrial implants). The word endometrium itself comes from the Latin (Greek) endo (inside) and Metra (womb). Cases of endometriosis for the first time raised about 300 years ago, precisely in 1696, by Sabiard. However, reports in the form of an official explanation in medical circles, new Dr.Von reported by Rokitansky in 1860. Nevertheless, history records that the implants are growing in the wrong place then, according to reports Dr. Sampson of Albany Hospital in New York, as the cause of excessive menstrual pain, accompanied by pelvic pain, and pain during sexual intercourse. Also called as a cause of .
In each menstrual cycle, endometrial thickening with the growth of blood vessels and tissues to prepare to receive the egg to be released by the ovaries. Womb (uterus) and ovaries (ovarian) connected with the oviduct, which is also called the fallopian tubes (fallopian tube). If the egg is ripe it is not fertilized by sperm, then a layer of uterine wall was going to peel at the end of the cycle. Release of uterine lining that is what is called the events of menstruation. The entire process is regulated by reproductive hormones, and usually takes between 28 to 30 days, and back to the beginning of the process.if no gynecological disorders, pain is a symptom of primary dysmenorrhoea (primary dysmenorrhea) as usual symptoms that may be experienced by every woman during pubernya. Despite the pain, primary dysmenorrhoea is not dangerous. The pain will usually disappear in the mid 20s or at least shortly after birth. Dysmenorrhoea word comes from the Latin language to explain the existence of the monthly flow obstructed.