How to Treat Endometrial Hyperplasia Symptoms?

A number of patients with heavy bleeding are suffering from endometrial hyperplasia. This is a condition that the lining and cells of the endometrium (the inner lining of the uterus) excessively grow. It is a benign condition but sometimes may lead to cancer.
The primary cause of endometrial hyperplasia is the lack of balance between the two female hormones, i.e. oestrogen and progesterone. There may be cases when there is too much of oestrogen secretion, without corresponding exposure to progesterone. This is an abnormal condition, known as unopposed oestrogen. Too much oestrogen, and lack of progesterone leads to a situation of overgrowth of cells in the endometrium. This results in excessive thickening of the endometrium.
Endometrial hyperplasia may also occur because of chronic diseases, such as diabetes, obesity, and polycystic ovary syndrome. Polycystic ovary syndrome is characterized by multiple small cysts that are in or on the uterus.
The risk of this disease is more in those women who experience the following symptoms:
- Diabetic
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome
- Obesity
- Menopause
Women with endometrial hyperplasia may experience the following symptoms:
- Irregular menstruation
- Experience dryness in the vagina
- Bleeding between the menstrual periods
- Pain during intercourse
- Increase in heart rate
- Excessive fatigue
- Severe mood swings
- Increase in growth of body hair
- Menorrhagia
-Increased bleeding during menstruation
- Discharge from vagina
- Severe pain in abdomen
- Prolonged menstrual periods
The symptoms are often treated by hormonal therapy or surgery. It may be treated through the consumption of medicines such as Povera which may be taken directly or through injections. Hormonal therapy, however, is often used as a management for controlling the symptoms. It may be cured by a D&C - dilation and curettage test. Recurrence is the major problem of surgeries.
For completely treating this condition, Fuyan Pill may be suggested. This is a herbal medicine which cures endometrial hyperplasia in three to four months. It treats endometrial hyperplasia symptoms as well as the lesion, improvement is generally seen after about one month treatment. For patients who don’t want to undergo surgery, herbal medicine is another option other than hormonal pills.
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