Endometriosis has been identified in all (11) major human body systems. The three most prevalent systems: digestive, urinary/excretory and respiratory systems are examined in detail with their own sub menu and page listings.
This section is filled with ‘hodgepodge’ information about disease in less common locations. In-fact, some of these locations are so infrequently reported, that I am comfortable using the term ‘rare’.
This section also provides information on some common occurrences with hormone fluctuations and, though common with endometriosis, headaches and nosebleeds are associated with endometriosis, most probable a co-morbid conditions that transpire with alterations of hormones through the menstrual cycle.
- Endometriosis in Males
- Headaches, Hormones and Endometriosis (includes lesions of the brain)
- Cutaneous/Skin Endometriosis
- Peripheral Nervous System
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