Sunday, March 31, 2013

What is endometriosis?

What is endometriosis? It is a common and painful disease that affects about 5.5million women in USA and is one of the top three causes of infertility in women.
During the normal menstrual cycle, the lining of your uterus called the endometrium begins to thicken in preparation for becoming pregnant. If you don’t become pregnant that month, your body sheds the endometrium during menstruation and the process starts over. While, for some reasons, those tissues begins to grow outside the uterus in various places that it shouldn’t. It can appear in or on the ovaries, the fallopian tubes, the various structures that support the uterus, and the lining of the pelvic cavity. Sometimes it’s found in other places as well, including the cervix, vagina, rectum, bladder, bowel and elsewhere.

If women affect this disease commonly they will experience those symptoms as follows:
Pelvic pain
Painful intercourse
Painful urination
Painful bowel movements during the period
Severe andominal pain before and after your period
Lower back pain
Heavy period or spotting between periods
Endometriosis can be treated by many ways such as antibiotic and Fuyan Pill. Antibiotic is the traditional way. If it isn’t a chronic disease, it commonly can be cured within two weeks. However, if it is chronic, the treatment is longer and women have to worry about the drug resistance. As for the Fuyan Pill, it is an herbal medicine. It has no drug resistance, so there is no need to worry about the declined curative effect. Women also don’ have to worry about the harms on liver and kidney because herbal medicine has no side-effects. Fuyan Pill can clear away heat and toxic materials, promote blood circulation and Qi, dissipate hard lumps and dissolve stasis and release pain.
All in all, endometriosis isn’t a hard cure disease as long as you can take medicine timely, it can be cured totally. If you are interested in our Fuyan Pill, you can contact me via online chat or emails. Hope you have a nice day.

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