Endometriosis is a pathological process characterized by proliferation of tissue related to the endometrium, outside the uterine mucosa. Endometrioid inclusions can be observed in the thickness of the uterus (adenomyosis), in the lumen of the fallopian tubes, on the peritoneum of the small pelvis, in the vagina, cervix, ovary with the formation of cysts, scars after caesarean section. The spread and development of the process is closely related to the function of the ovaries. At natural or artificial menopause its foci are subjected to reverse development.
Pain and an increase in the formations and organs affected by endometriosis, during menstrual bleeding. Then the pain subsides, and the education decreases. Adenomyosis is characterized by hyper polymenorrhea (profuse menstruation). These symptoms are due to premenstrual swelling and partial rejection of endometrioid cells and entirely depend on the cyclic activity of the ovary, with the onset of menopause disappears.
Conservative treatment is based on the use of hormonal drugs that cause suppression of ovarian function. In the absence of effect after 3-4 months of observation resort to the surgical method.