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Mental Health of Women with Endometriosis: What You Need To

Unread postby AllenBreet » Wed Dec 23, 2015 7:08 am

Pelvic pain associated with endometriosis, significantly affects the quality of life of women and mental health. In particular, scientists have noted increased levels of anxiety and depression in these patients. Information published by Italian scientists in the Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology ".

Endometriosis is a chronic gynecological disease among women of reproductive age in which endometrial cells spread beyond this layer. The main symptoms are pain, bleeding, and sometimes infertility. Symptoms depend on the localization of pathological lesion that might be genital (uterus, ovaries) and extra genital (navel, intestine, urinary bladder).

In the current study, researchers examined data on quality of life and mental health of 110 patients with endometriosis, comparing them with those of 61 healthy women. Pointed out that patients with disease rarely note depression and anxiety, although the incidence of these mental afflictions among women with pain in the pelvic region is quite high. Thus, the physician stands in time draw attention to the potential danger and unfavorable consequences of the disease.Get An Effective Solution Here usfitnesspros.com/yeast-infection-no-more-review/

Scientists also pointed out that different kinds of pain in endometriosis (pain accompanying dysmenorrhea, or pelvic pain not associated with menstruation) cause different personality disorders, which explains the need to use different therapeutic methods of treatment.
On the role of endometriosis as a disease, it aggravates the patient's quality of life, scientists know a long time ago. However, the results of current research helps focus the attention of the doctor on new problems whose solution will be an important step towards improving the quality of life of women.

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