Could I have endometriosis? If you do, you're not alone.


Did you know that more than 10% of women suffer from endometriosis?


Endometriosis occurs when the tissue resembling the lining of the uterus grows outside of the uterus which then attaches itself to other organs.


The tissue breaks down and bleeds at each cycle but it has no way to exit the body.


Over time this process causes scarring, adhesions, lesions and cysts and therefore it can lead to one or more of the symptoms below:

1. Painful periods

2. Severe pelvic cramping

3. Heavy bleeding

4. Infertility

5. Pain during or after sex

6. Pain or bleeding with ovulation

7. Urinary or bowel pain

8. Constant fatigue

9. Bleeding or pain between periods

10. Digestive problems

11. Periods longer than 7 days

12. Lower back pain


If you have any of the symptoms sound familiar then come and speak to us.


Because your life matters.


BMI The Park Hospital

Sherwood Lodge Drive

Burntstump Country Park

Arnold

NG5 8RX

Secretary: Clair Byrne

Tel:  0115 966 2113

Email: clair.byrne@bmihealthcare.co.uk


Spire Nottingham Hospital

Tollerton Lane

Tollerton

Nottingham 

NG12 4GA

Secretary: Rebecca Kilburn

Tel: ‭0115 937 7684

Email: rebecca.kilburn@spirehealthcare.com


www.gynaesolution.com


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