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Endometriosis Symptoms

Endometriosis symptoms are different for everyone. Below are some of the most common symptoms:

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Pain that stops you on or around your period.

Pain on or around ovulation.

Pain during or after sex.

Pain with bowel movements.

Pain when you urinate.

Pain in your pelvic region, lower back or legs.

Having trouble holding on when you have a full bladder or having to go frequently.

Heavy bleeding or irregular bleeding.

What problems can endometriosis cause?

Two types of problems can occur when endometriosis is present. These are:


Infertility (trouble becoming pregnant).

​It is possible that you can have endometriosis and not have either of these problems. If endometriosis is present and it is not causing pain or problems with fertility, it does not need to be treated, though your doctor may recommend monitoring with clinical examinations (such as a pelvic examination when you have your routine Pap smear) or occasionally ultrasound and other tests if they are thought to be appropriate.

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