Endometriosis is an often painful disorder in which tissue that normally lines the inside of your uterus — the endometrium — grows outside your uterus. Endometriosis most commonly involves your ovaries, fallopian tubes and the tissue lining your pelvis. Rarely, endometrial tissue may spread beyond pelvic organs.

Risk Factor of Endometriosis

AGE- It usually affects women age between 25 years to 40 years

Family History-You may have a higher risk of developing the disease.

Menstrual History- if you have problems regarding your Menstrual period. These issues can include shorter cycles, heavier and longer periods, or menstruation that starts at a young age. These factors may place you at higher risk

Symptoms of Endometriosis

  • Pelvic Pain
  • painful periods
  • pain in the lower abdomen before and during menstruation
  • cramps one or two weeks around menstruation
  • heavy menstrual bleeding or bleeding between periods
  • Infertility
  • pain following sexual intercourse
  • discomfort with bowel movements
  • lower back pain that may occur at any time during your menstrual cycle

NOTE –You may also have no symptoms. It’s important that you get regular gynecological exams.

How Does Endometriosis affect infertility?

Endometriosis can affect fertility in a number of ways. Most obviously, as the disease progresses and pelvic damage increases to organs such as the Fallopian tubes through distortion or adhesions, the passage of sperm and eggs through the pelvis will be increasingly impaired.

Similarly, there appears to be a change in the pelvic environment, most likely resulting from the endometriosis related inflammation. These inflammatory substances and cells impair the function of eggs and sperm, fertilization, embryo development and implantation.

There is also increasing evidence that the quality and quantity of eggs in women with endometriosis is affected, though it is not certain whether this is a direct effect of the disease. Egg quantity (the ovarian reserve) can be measured through a pelvic ultrasound or a blood test, called an AMH. While it makes sense that endometriosis in the ovary can have this effect, the current evidence points to a reduction in egg numbers and quality even if the disease is outside of the ovary.

Similarly, the current evidence suggests that the uterus in women with endometriosis seems to function differently. There appears to be a reduction in implantation and potentially also an increased chance of miscarriage in women with endometriosis.

We, At Gaudium Provide an specialized treatment to a patient of Endometriosis and make their dreams come true with a Healthy Pregnancy.

For consultation, visit:
Gaudium IVF West Delhi Centre
A-41, Chander Nagar, Janakpuri West
(Near Janakpuri West Metro Station)

New Delhi – 110 058 (India)

Contact: +91-11-48 85 85 85
Email: info@gaudiumivfcentre.com