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How Does Endometriosis Affect The Menstruation?
Many female patients have suffered from endometriosis in their lives because it is a very painful disease that brings enormous pressure to women both physically and psychologically. Not only can it cause pain that is unbearable, but it also brings awkward situations such as abnormal menstruation.
So physiologically, how does endometriosis affect menstruation? Notice three aspects.

1. Incredible painful period
For many doctors who want to diagnose endometriosis, painful experience is the most obvious feature that exists in endometriosis. During the menstruation, the painful feeling can occur before, after or throughout the whole period. Since the endometrium, which is used to grow and break down inside of the uterus, is spreading to the outside of it in various places.
Normally, endometrium which was broken down inside of the uterus can be shed through menstruation. However, other places in the body do not have this ability to shed it, causing it to squeeze tissues and organs surrounding it and leaving scarring, blood congestion, adhesion and inflammation.
2. Increased menstrual volume
During a female’s menstruation, her ovary will produce hormones that can stimulate the endometrium, making it grow or break down. Thus, it is the ovary that plays an important role in menstruation. However, when endometrium has spread into the ovary, it could disrupt the function of it completely.
The volume of hormones which are created by the ovary will increase in order to shed an increased amount of endometrium. As a result, the ovary will have to work harder than usual, making it to fatigue and lose its original function.
3. Increased time of menstrual period and cycle
In some cases, patients have reported that they tend to have a very long period of continuously blood dropping or cannot discharge at all during menstruation. This is definitely caused by the shed endometrium which deposits in ovary and forms a cyst to block the blood flow. It is also known as the chocolate cyst.

Excrescent endometrium will also deposit on the fallopian tube, blocking the menstrual discharge, causing adhesion and decreasing the chance of fertility. In fact, there are a great many cases of infertility which are caused by endometriosis, either the dysfunction of the ovary, or blockage of the fallopian tube.
In clinical practice, one of the most dangerous things caused by endometriosis is the scarring and inflammation of the female genital organs and tissue. Inflammation in the ovary can decrease its function and inflammation of the fallopian tube can lead to adhesion.
In this case, herbal medicine Fuyan Pill can perfectly have a positive effect on healing of the female genital systems with its great force of bactericidal effect. Plus its great ability of detumescence, anti-fibrosis and anti-calcification can help you unblock the fallopian tubes, removing adhesion and necrotic tissue, removing the chocolate cyst in order to achieve regulated menstruation and pain-relieving. So it is worth taking.

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