Uterus diseases that can affect your fertility
It is important to submit to periodic reviews to be able to detect them on time
The uterus is a hollow muscular organ that is located in the female pelvis, between the bladder and the rectum.The ovaries produce the ovules, which move through the fallopian tubes.Once the ovule leaves the ovary can be fertilized and is implanted on the walls of the uterus.During pregnancy, the baby develops inside, so any problem in the uterus can cause female sterility or infertility.
The diseases located in this area are one of the main causes of sterility and infertility.It is estimated that 1 in 10 women between 18 and 50 years of age have such problems.
Many times they are detected only when the woman wants to become pregnant and does not get it.And in some cases, the symptoms of these diseases go unnoticed or not too much paid.
For this reason it is basic to undergo periodic gynecological reviews.Women should take an exam every 1 o2 years.
The main non -cancerous uterine diseases are the following.
Uterine myomas or fibroids
These are non -cancerous masses formed by muscle cells and other fabrics that grow on the wall of the uterus and around this.In many cases they are not problematic but they cause symptoms such as pain, heaviness in the low zone of the Viente and in the pelvic area, bleeding abundant, discomfort during sexual relations and abdomen increase.They could also complicate pregnancy.
This mass that is installed in the uterus can have from a centimeter in diameter to a couple of kilos, be one or exist several, and sometimes they do not cause any symptoms, which does not favor its detection.
Endometriosis is a disease that consists of the presence of endometrium cells (internal lining of the uterus) in other areas of the body.This can cause pain with the rule, with sexual relations, abundant bleeding, bleeding between periods and problems to get pregnant (infertility).
It is an excessive growth of endometrium cells, especially glandular, usually in response to excessive exposure of estrogen and a poor functioning of progesterone.It usually appears from the age of 40, and must be controlled because it can evolve to uterus cancer.
Adenomyosis occurs when the tissue that normally covers the uterus (endometrial tissue) develops in the muscle wall of the uterus.It can generate an enlarged uterus and painful and abundant mainten.
Cervicitis is an inflammation of the cervix, the lower and narrow end of the uterus that ends in the vagina.Possible symptoms of cervicitis include bleeding between menstrual periods, pain during sexual intercourse or pelvic examination and abnormal vaginal flow.
Uterine malformations occur during pregnancy, and the main factors are the genetic cause or prenatal environmental factors, especially the mother's exposure to radiation, intrauterine infection in pregnancy or contact with toxic.
Anomar them hemorrhages
These abnormal hemorrhages include situations such as very abundant rules, hemorrhages between periods, hemorrhages after sexual intercourse, and may cause some of the diseases that we have seen previously.They can also be caused by hormonal, thyroid problems, in ovaries, infections, problems during pregnancy or cancer.
It is essential to consult with the gynecologist before any change or disorder in the menstrual period, as well as pelvic pain or hemorrhages.