My girlfriend has had prolonged menstruation and increased menstruation for a year, and she has symptoms of dysmenorrhea. I heard that surgery is needed to cure it. My doctor recommended that she use Fuyan pill. She's still observing whether it's surgery or herbal medicine. She's been on leave many times, and now she's resigned and concentrates on resting at home. I'm really worried about her.
Last month, a friend of mine was diagnosed with hydrosalpinx and pelvic
inflammation. The doctor said that maybe her pelvic floor had adhesions. She
had taken a lot of contraceptives to relieve her dysmenorrhea before, but it
was also accompanied by ovarian cysts. Now it grew up to 6 centimeters, and
there were some small cysts. The endometrium became thicker to 20 millimeters.
She couldn't imagine it, so she didn't dare to use hormones anymore. She called
me and asked if any friends around me had her experience.
Adenomyosis used to occur mostly in women over 40 years old, but in recent years it has gradually become younger, which may be related to the increase of caesarean section, induced abortion and other uterine cavity surgery. Early symptoms are mainly dysmenorrhea and menstrual disorders. Herbal medicine fuyan pills can be used to treat adenomyosis.