Endometriosis is a medical condition where the tissue lining the uterus (the endometrium, from endo, "inside", and metrium, "mother") migrates to or generates in other parts of the body. The condition can lead to serious health complications including: * chronic pain of the lower abdomen and the pelvis * pianful intercourse (dyspareunia) * abnormal and/or painful menstruation * infertility or impairment of fertility * damage to other internal organs, notably the intest...
Adhesions are fibrous bands that form between tissues and organs, often as a result of injury during surgery. They may be thought of as internal scar tissue. In the case of frozen shoulder (also known as adhesive capsulitis) adhesions grow between the shoulder joint surfaces, restricting motion.
Endometriosis as related to Adhesion
- Adhesions « Endometriosis.org: The Global Forum
Adhesions are bands of fibrous tissue that are common in endometriosis, both as a result of the internal inflammation of the disease itself, but also as a consequence ...
- Endometriosis Adhesions
Adhesions are very common for sufferers of endometriosis and are caused by the actual disease or by post operative scarring
- Related Condition: Endometriosis - Adhesion
Endometriosis is a painful, chronic disease that affects 5 1/2 million women and girls in the USA ...
- Endometriosis and Adhesions - Hormones Matter
Endometriosis and Adhesions Wednesday, July 24th, 2013 / Angela Kawakami. In 2007 when I was finally Diagnosed with Stage IV Endometriosis I wasn’t expecting ...
- Endometriosis adhesions
Endometriosis adhesions - can now be reduced by new surgical methods
- Get Rid of Painful Endometriosis Adhesions & Scar Tissue
Adhesion is the medical term for scar tissue. You can find a detailed discussion about the diagnosis and treatment of adhesions in the Ask Dr. Cook Archives.
- Endometriosis Pain - Clear Passage Physical Therapy
Adhesions, endometriosis, pain and dysfunction are intimately related. Adhesions from endometriosis can cause pain anywhere in the body (abdomen, pelvis, lower back).
- Endometriosis - Hope For Those Who Suffer From Adhesion …
Adhesions, a subsequent factor in many cases of endometriosis, may be the culprit behind continuing pain after excision for endo. While many doctors may never mention ...