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Can Endometriosis come back after a full Hysterectomy?

Endometriosis is a situation when tissue grows out outside of the uterus inside of growing inside at the uterus lining( endometrium lining)





The occurrence of endometriosis may risk your ability to conceive by blocking or damaging your fallopian tubes, which work like the channels through which matured eggs pass to combine with the sperm, forming an embryo in the uterus,

And to resolve the endometriosis, a hysterectomy surgery is performed to surgically remove the uterus through an incision in your lower abdomen.

What are the common symptoms of Endometriosis?

Painful periods
Pain with intercourse
Pain while urination
Excessive bleeding
Infertility
Fatigue
Diarrhoea
Constipation
Nausea and vomiting

Your condition's severity may not always be accurately predicted by how much pain you are in. Endometriosis can be moderate and cause considerable pain, or it can be advanced and cause little to no pain.

What are the causes of Endometriosis?

Retrogressive Mensuration
Surgical scar implementation
Poor immune system
Poor lifestyle
Surgical scar implementation
Transportation of peritoneal cells

Risk factors causing Endometriosis

Lower Body Mass Index
Starting periods at an early stage
Higher level of estrogen
Heavy mensurational period

Treatment of endometriosis by Hysterectomy surgery

The uterus is removed during a hysterectomy surgery. However, it is only considered When all other treatment options have failed.

Types of Hysterectomy surgery

A surgeon may decide to remove all or just a portion of the uterus, depending on the cause of the hysterectomy.

Radical hysterectomy- The entire uterus, tissue on its sides, the cervix, and the upper vagina are all removed during a radical hysterectomy. Radical hysterectomy is usually only performed when a woman has cancer.

Total hysterectomy- The entire uterus and cervix are removed.

Subtotal hysterectomy- It leaves the cervix intact while just removing the upper portion of the uterus.

Risk of Hysterectomy surgery

Part of the vagina coming out of the body
Chronic pain
Abnormal connection between vagina and bladder.

Conclusion

Hysterectomy is generally seen as a permanent cure for the persistent pelvic pain experienced by women with endometriosis. However, it is also true that many females, After surgery, face a tiny percentage of return of endometriosis. And it is advised to visit the best IVF center in Kanpur so that further issues can be resolved, or you can also know the cost of IVF in Kolkata or throughout India if you are looking for the best possible advice.

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