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Written by Ubie's Medical Expert Team

Updated on November 19, 2021

What is this disease?

A condition caused by the surface layer of the uterus (endometrium) growing into the muscle layer (myometrium).

What symptoms are mainly related?

  • Excessively heavy periods

  • Abdominal pain

What treatment is needed?

Symptoms go away after menopause, so they can be left alone if mild. If symptoms are bothersome, painkillers, hormone pills or intrauterine device can be helpful. Another option is surgery to remove the uterus - this is for women who do not intend to have more children.

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