Endometriosis is the growth of tissues from the uterus' internal lines outside the uterus. In terms of medical services, endometrial patches are represented by wounds, nodules, or implants. Endometriosis patches typically appear on or above the two ovaries, behind the uterus or tissues holding the uterus, on the stomach or bladder, and most commonly in the pelvic depression. The main adverse effect is the constant pelvic pain associated with the menstrual cycle, which can occasionally cause cramping during the period and more intense pain than usual during the cycle. Infertility is the main drawback of endometriosis. A third to half of women who have endometriosis struggle throughout pregnancy

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