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Endometrial Hyperplasia - Symptom, Causes, Treatment of Endometrial Hyperplasia


Endometrial Hyperplasia is the abnormal inspissateing of the endometrium (lining of the uterus) due to extend inspiration by the female sex hormone oestrogen, without the balancing cause of progesterone.

Endometrial hyperplasia germinate in women who do not exhaust for a long time, and is frequent in the years preceding the menopause.

There are two exceptions to the affiliation between endometrial hyperplasia and failure tn ovulate.

  • Young women frequently do not release for several months or years after the menarche (first men struation). Periods may be massive during this time but, as soon as ovulation starts, progesterone from the corpus luteum - the remnant of the follicle that liberate an ovum (egg) - stops the endometrium from thickening immoderate
  • Hormonal contraception (most usually the contraceptive pill) quit ovulation, but the progestogens hormonal contraceptives carry prevent hyperplasia

Symptoms of Endometrial Hyperplasia.

Endometrial hyperplasia induce progressively heavy and prolonged menstrual bleeding imenorrhagia), that is frequently quite irregular. Immoderate menstrual loss may produce to anaemia.

Diagnosis and treament of Endometrial Hyperplasia.

Diagnosis is by microscopic checkup of tissue specimens from the endometrium, but as long as the ovaries continue to exhibit oestrogen without progesterone, the condition will recur.

Endometrial hyperplasia is not normally a grave condition but if it is not ensured, prolonged inspiration by oestrogen may produce to endometrial cancer, endometrial abiation is often suggested in cases of endometrial hyperplasia, or hysterectomy for women over 40 who do not want any more children. Treatment is normally by giving progestogens. Foryoung women, the utilise of the contraceptive pill for several months may rectify the condition.

 

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