What is Endometriosis?         

Endometriosis, it is a disease in which tissue (endometrium) will  grow outside of the uterus instead of  growing inside the womb. We can find the endometrium tissue outside of uterus, area between rectum and vagina,  abdomen of the ovaries, and the pelvic cavity in a women who have this disease. Endometriosis cause painful periods and infertility. Many women have  Endometriosis without any symptoms or mild symptoms in this case it is difficult to diagnose. The misplaced tissue grows outside but it will not  leads to cancer.

There is only one way to diagnose the endometriosis that is known as laparoscopy which is a minor surgery. Gynecologists identify the misplaced endometrium using a thin scope by putting it on patient’s abdomen. After identifying he can take the right treatment to the patient.

The biggest complication for women with endometriosis is infertility so the chances  of  getting pregnant is very low.

endometriosis symptoms


The treatment offered for endometriosis are medication, surgery to remove the misplaced tissue and hormone therapy for slow growth of tissue. Hormonal birth control pills are the first step of treatment for women who are not trying to become pregnant. Treatment for women who are trying to get pregnant involves gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonis, which helps to stops the ovulation according to women’s health.

This treatment is usually recommended for  only six months at a time, then pregnancy is possible once treatment is stopped. Most of the women’s  will get a relief from pain after the surgical treatments but the pain may come back within two years. If the symptoms coming back after surgical procedures a hysterectomy or total removal of  uterus may be needed.

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Bleeding issues are caused by an variance in the hormones that adjust the menstrual cycle and are mentioned as dysfunctional uterine bleeding. When vaginal bleeding is not related to the menstrual cycle, it is of increased concern. This is mainly true when it happen in childhood before menstruation has begun, during pregnancy, and at midlife, after a woman has entered menopause.

Abnormal Periods 

Every 24 to 31 days a woman has a period that continue between 4 to 7 days. But not all women have normal periods. Some women miss their periods. These can be caused by chronic medical issues or emotional situations. In most cases, the problem causing abnormal periods can be resolved or treated.

Some Causes of abnormal periods include:

  • Hormonal irregularity
  • Medications
  • Issues with pelvic organs
  • Excessive weight gain or loss
  • Eating diseases
  • Increased exercise
  • Extreme emotional stress
  • Travel
  • Illegal drug use
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a problem that results from irregular levels of certain hormones. Women with PCOS may have abnormal menstrual periods. It is a genetic problem. You may have a family member with PCOS and it may infect your children. There is no cure for PCOS, but its symptoms can be treated.

In some women, hormone changes may start at their first menstrual cycle. Signs and symptoms of PCOS differ, but may include:

  • Excess hair on the face and body
  • Acne
  • Darkened color
  • Obesity
  • Abnormal periods or no periods
  • Difficulty getting pregnant
  • Vaginal yeast infections
  • Hair loss

Many women with PCOS are at an increased chances of certain health issues, including diabetes, heart problems and high blood pressure. To identify PCOS, Best Gynecology Doctor India will ask questions about your family history, health and menstrual cycle. A complete exam will be finished, including blood tests to check your hormone and insulin amount and an ultrasound to see your ovaries.

PCOS is a lifelong problem, but it can be treated in several ways. Treatment depends on symptoms and whether you want to become pregnant. Changes in lifestyle such as exercise, low carbohydrate diet and weight loss can reduce your PCOS symptoms.


Ovulation, releasing a mature egg from the ovary, is a regular part of the reproductive cycle. It normally starts around first menstrual period and stops with menopause. Signs of anovulation include abnormal periods and bleeding during your periods.

Sometimes no particular cause can be find for anovulation. In some cases, doctor can confirm that absence of ovulation is due to:

  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
  • Stress
  • Excess weight
  • Overeating
  • Travel
  • Low thyroid hormone level
  • Effects of using drugs


Menorrhagia is excessive menstrual bleeding. It happens in one out of every five women. Your period is marked excessive if:

  • Bleeding continue longer than seven days.
  • Bleeding affects normal activities.
  • Needs to change pad more than every two hours.

During a heavy period, you may:

  • Feel tired
  • Feel moody
  • Headaches

While heavy periods are normal for some women, there are also medical causes for menorrhagia. These include:

  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Fibroids and polyps inside your uterus
  • Infections
  • Bleeding disorders that harm blood clotting

Best Gynecologist in Kerala can help you identify the cause of heavy periods. Once the cause has been recognized, there are several treatment options available. If you plan to have children, doctor may suggest both hormonal and non-hormonal drug therapy to decrease your heavy periods. If you do not plan to have children, there are different surgical options that can reduce menorrhagia. Talk with Top Gynecologist in India to identify the treatment that is best for you.


Some women never begin menstruating during their teenage. Others who have had normal periods may stop having them. Not begining or not having a period is called amenorrhea.

There are different reasons for a missed period:

  • Unexpected change in weight
  • Stress
  • Running long distances every day
  • Hormone issues
  • Taking birth control pills
  • Illness

If you miss three periods in a row and are not pregnant, you should see your doctor to identify the cause of your skipped periods. Best Gynecology Doctor India will ask questions about your health and lifestyle to identify whether or not your amenorrhea is due to medical reasons. Most cases of amenorrhea end with the help of medication. You should also see Best Gynecologist in Kerala if you have not started having periods by the age of 16.

When to call Top Gynecologist in India

Periods less than 21 days apart or more than 45 days apart
Abdominal pain occurs during menstruation
Menstrual periods continuing longer than 7 days
Bleeding between periods