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Endomitriosis and irregular periods - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   sorry about that okay my question is....if you have endomitriosis does that sometimes cause you to skip your menstrual cycle?
Doctor :   Endometriosis can cause that.
User :   okay, Im not sure yet if that is what I have but I am thinking that might be my problem. My cycles are never regular. I will have a cycle every month like im suppose to for about 3 months then I'll skip 3 or 4 months then ill be regular for a few months then skip 6 months. Currently, I am going on 6 months without a cycle. I have lower back pain alot if I lie in bed to long and I have had problems with yeats infections i cant get rid of for about 3 or 4 years or longer now. so i know theres a problem i was just thinking maybe it could be endomitriosis
User :   yeast*
Doctor :   No do not come to a self diagnosis since it is quite complex and you do not have one problem alone the possibilities are many with what you have mentioned..
Doctor :   Like chronic Pelvic inflammatory disease..
Doctor :   Menometrorrhagia..
Doctor :   Metrorrhagia..
Doctor :   So to be able to rule out and narrow down to one of them you have to have a complete Gynecological examination and only then
Doctor :   it would be clear..
Doctor :   Though the symptoms match it is highly unlikely or rarely possible for you to get the self diagnosis right..
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User :   but if i had menometrorrhagia would i be in any pain?
User :   because i know that with endomitriosis sometimes you dont experience any symtoms and im not hurting anywhere....yet.
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User :   by the way, what is menometrorrhagia?
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User :   if i had menometrorrhagia would i be in any pain?
User :   because i know that with endomitriosis sometimes you dont experience any symtoms and im not hurting anywhere
Doctor :   Certainly they are hormone dependent condition and if there are any irregularities they will certainly lead on to t\his..
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User :   yes im other question would be are any of these treatable without a hysterectomy?
Doctor :   Certainly the hormaonal modes of treatment are the once followed first and only then a the hystrectomy as the last resort
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