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ADENOMYOSIS AND CANCER: Natural treatment

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GENERAL

 
Adenomyosis or internal endometriosis, "adenomyosis" in English is usually defined as being endometriosis internal to the uterus .
In fact, it is an abnormality in the junction zone between the endometrium (mucous membrane that lines the uterus) and the myometrium (muscle of the uterine wall) which will allow endometrial cells to infiltrate the myometrium. It can be superficial (thickening of the area up to 12 mm) or deep (painful).
It is a benign and frequent pathology . She may be :
  • diffuse  : there are many foci scattered over the entire myometrium
  • focal  : one or a few foci located on the myometrium
  • external  : when deep pelvic endometriosis infiltrates the myometrium.
       There is a correlation between pelvic endometriosis and adenomyosis. But there are no generalities: a woman can have adenomyosis without having endometriosis. And vice versa. Adenomyosis affects 11 to 13% of the female population. In 25% of cases, the women affected are between 36 and 40 years old. In 6 to 20% of cases, adenomyosis and endometriosis are associated. Adenomyosis is most common  in women who have had several children , or who have a very developed endometrium (uterine lining) (this is called endometrial hyperplasia).
It is not known today whether surgeries or cesarean sections can lead to adenomyosis. On the other hand, in the interviews of patients with adenomyosis, we find women who have had placentas with abnormalities.
On the other hand, we know that the insertion of an IUD is not a risk factor.
 
  However,  cancer  is a disease caused by the transformation of cells which become abnormal and proliferate excessively. These disordered cells sometimes end up forming a mass called a malignant tumor.
        Most cancers are named after the part of the body in which they originated, such as breast cancer or prostate cancer. But others have scientific names like leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma. And some types of cancer are named after who found them, like Hodgkin lymphoma (for Hodgkin) and Wilms tumor (a type of kidney cancer that affects children). The fact that our study did  not find an association between cancer risk and parity increases the possibility that endometriosis itself causes cancer, and not infertility  itself ",
Cancers are also named after the type of tissue in which they originate. In fact, endometrial cancer generally occurs after menopause, but 10 to 15% of cases concern premenopausal women, including 2 to 5% of women under 40 years old. The  endometrial cancer  is the second most common gynecological cancer in France, after breast cancer. It is in the 5 th  most common cancer in women in terms of incidence with about 7300 new cases estimated in 2012. In Canada, it is the 4 th  in incidence in women (after breast, lung and colon), with 4,200 new cases in 2008 in Canada. Mortality is steadily decreasing for this type of cancer, which is increasingly being treated.
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 What are the symptoms of  adenomyosis

 
A person with adenomyosis has symptoms such as
Menorrhagia
Very profuse and long periods (more than 7 days with significant blood loss). They are found in 50% of cases of adenomyosis
Dysmenorrhea
Pain related to cycles. They concern 30% of women with adenomyosis.
Metrorrhagia
Blood loss outside of your period. They are found in 20% of cases of adenomyosis
Note: adenomyosis has no symptoms 2 out of 3 times.
 

Symptoms of adenomyosis cancer also called endometriosis

Vaginal bleeding after menopause;
· In younger women, bleeding between periods, bloody discharge outside of periods, periods lasting more than seven days;
Smelly discharge;
Pain in the lower abdomen;
· Unexplained weight loss.
 

What are the factors of  adenomyosis

 
Adenomyosis is most common  in women who have had several children , or who have a very developed endometrium (uterine lining) (this is called endometrial hyperplasia).
It is not known today whether surgeries or cesarean sections can lead to adenomyosis. On the other hand, in the interviews of patients with adenomyosis, we find women who have had placentas with abnormalities.
On the other hand, we know that the insertion of an IUD is not a risk factor.

How to detect adenomyosis?

    Adenomyosis can be detected by ultrasound
She will see if the uterus is increased in size, with asymmetric walls, an inflamed, thickened myometrium (the inner muscular layer of the uterus). The uterus no longer has its initial triangular shape.
Ultrasound must be made 2 e  of the cycle. Endovaginal ultrasound (with a probe inserted into the vagina) gives more details.

What is the relationship between  adenomyosis and cancer

Endometrial cancer is cancer of the inside of the uterus, where the endometrium is the lining that lines the inside of the uterus. In women with cancer at this level, the cells of the endometrium multiply abnormally

What are the possible treatments for adenomyosis

Only the clinical forms are treated. The silent and asymptomatic forms do not justify treatment.

Medical treatment

Drug treatment is often offered as a first-line treatment. It mainly concerns women in period of genital activity wishing to keep the possibility of procreation and suffering from weak to moderate menorrhagia.
 
 

Levonorgestrel IUD

This contraceptive IUD is the most effective among drug treatments aimed at reducing the abundance of menorrhagia. It reduces menstrual flow by inducing endometrial hypotrophy.

Danazol

By its antigonadotropic action, it acts as an inhibitor of the production of sex steroid hormones and thereby leads to endometrial atrophy. Its side effects are more common. This product is generally used preoperatively, for a short time.

Progestins

A progestogen treatment can restore a hormonal balance between estrogen and progesterone, reduce menstrual flow and the intensity of pain. These treatments are administered from the 5th to the 25th day of the cycle (sequential treatment), or continuously.

Lh-Rh agonists

Lh-Rh analogues inhibit the production of FSH and LH hormones in the pituitary gland and thereby decrease estrogen levels. They are generally used preoperatively in order to reduce the risk of postoperative anemia and to facilitate the surgical procedure.

Surgical treatment

Abrasion of the uterine lining carried out urgently, under general anesthesia, allows in some cases of profuse bleeding to delay while awaiting the definitive surgical procedure, scheduled "cold".

Endometrectomy (endometrial resection)

Resection of the endometrium under operative hysteroscopy allows in 60% of cases to reduce bleeding and thus avoid a hysterectomy. This intervention is indicated in a woman who no longer wishes to become pregnant. Endometrectomy allows histological analysis of the resection chips to ensure the absence of malignant pathology. The failures of this technique are explained by the presence of deeper adenomyotic lesions, not accessible to resection.
 
 
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