Gynecology and Obstetrics Association. Dr. Hale Göksever Çelik, in her written statement, states that endometriosis occurs because the cells lining the uterus are found outside the uterus.
Noting that endometriosis is more common in women of reproductive age, Calic said that since there are no specific symptoms of the disease, it is possible to diagnose the disease by considering symptoms such as pain during menstruation and consulting a doctor.
Talking about the different types of disease, Calic said, “Since there are different types of endometriosis, such as superficial endometriosis in the internal peritoneum, chocolate cyst in the ovary, enlargement of the internal organs such as intestine or bladder and deep endometriosis. It is important to consult with qualified physicians in this regard.Otherwise, studies show that the diagnosis is delayed by an average of 7-10 years and the disease progresses in this process.
Emphasizes the importance of gynecological examination and ultrasound evaluation for the diagnosis of calcification.
Note that some markers in the blood and advanced imaging methods such as MRI may be helpful in the case, Assoc. Dr. Celik, “Endometriosis affects 10 percent of women, making it one of the 176 million women in the world.” Evaluated her.
30-50% of women infected with chocolate cyst are diagnosed with infertility.
Assoc. Dr. Chelik noted that the emergence of endometriosis in sisters at the same age indicates that genetic infections also play an important role in this disease.
At the age at which endometriosis is diagnosed, a disease related to the female hormone estrogen, usually between the ages of 18-45, Calic noted that according to their recent research, chocolate cysts can also occur during adolescence and menopause. Duration
Chelik says it is beginning to be understood that menstrual cramps, which in the past have been ignored and considered normal, are not actually normal and the underlying cause may be endometriosis lesions.
Adherence caused by endometriosis leads to infertility with processes such as impaired tube motility and ovarian quality decline, Calic says: We know that 30-50 percent of women with endometriosis suffer from infertility, compared to 25-50 percent of infertile women. Endometriosis has been diagnosed. As we do with every couple who wishes to conceive, we decide on a patient basis how to plan the pregnancy and personalize the treatment. Women’s age, ovarian reserve, whether the tube is open or not. Occupancy in the uterus (polyps, fibroids) and the presence of male factor can be listed as factors that affect the chances of pregnancy. At times we are tired. In the absence of pregnancy success, we can achieve success in pregnancy as much as in women with infertility through supportive reproductive therapies for reasons other than endometriosis.
Annual inspections should not be discontinued
Gynecology and Obstetrics Association. Dr. Chelik said that after the diagnosis was made, the size of the treatment was given according to the outcome of the disease.
Noting that there are patients who are followed without any treatment, there are also patients who are treated with medication or surgery, Calic said, “The important thing in treatment is to improve the quality of life of the woman. Physical activities such as reducing red meat in the diet, walking. , Pilates and yoga and personal lifestyle advice are also great contributors to the treatment.
Pointing to a chronic disease such as endometriosis, hypertension, and diabetes, Calic said that when drug treatment is stopped, the signs and symptoms may recur, the disease may progress, and recur frequently after surgical treatment.
Assoc. Dr. Chelik underlined that women should not delay their annual gynecological examination and advised them to take care of their pain, especially menstrual cramps, and to consult a doctor.