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What Are Natural Ways To Get Adenomyosis Pain Relief? by Dianauu: 6:44am On Dec 14, 2016
Adenomyosis is a medical condition that has become a growing concern for some women who are trying to get pregnant. This condition often starts to affect female health after age 35. And the women with this disease desperately want to get adenomyosis pain relief.

Adenomyosis explained
Adenomyosis occurs when endometrial tissue begins to grow into the muscle layers of your uterus. Normally, your endometrial tissue lines your uterus. But if you have adenomyosis, the tissue begins to implant itself into your uterine muscle.

About 1 in 100 women will have adenomyosis in their lifetime. Women in their 30s and 40s who have had one or more children are most at risk for adenomyosis and infertility.

Adenomyosis symptoms
Here is a list of common adenomyosis symptoms. If these symptoms are happening to you, and you are having trouble getting pregnant, talk to your doctor.

Painful cramping and heavy bleeding during your period
Passing blood clots during menstruation
Unexplained bleeding between your periods
Pain during sex, especially around the time of your period
Swelling or tenderness in your lower belly

Also, if you have adenomyosis, your uterus may become two or three times larger than normal. In addition, adenomyosis can cause problems with infertility.

Testing and treatment for adenomyosis and infertility
Before you can begin adenomyosis infertility treatment, your doctor will want to run a number of tests, including:

Blood work
A pelvic exam and ultrasound
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans

If your adenomyosis symptoms are mild, and your doctor approves, you may just try pain relief medication to reduce any discomfort. However, if you are unable to achieve pregnancy after six months, talk with a fertility specialist. He or she may recommend adenomyosis hormonal and surgical treatments.

Adenomyosis fertility treatments
Make an appointment with a fertility specialist if you have adenomyosis and infertility. The following treatments may help reduce your adenomyosis symptoms, increasing your chances of becoming pregnant in the future:

Birth control pills
Intrauterine devices (IUD)
Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonists
Herbal medicine Fuyan Pill

Some women are able to conceive within a few months after completing these hormonal therapies. If these treatments don't help, your doctor may recommend surgery to help you get pregnant. But all these hormonal therapies or surgeries will cause much damage towards your body, and cannot cure the disease completely. While the recommanded herbal treatment Fuyan Pill is provided with significant effects on treating adenomyosis in a natural and safe way, it can effectively get your adenomyosis pain relief and also cure the disease radically.

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