Mrs Kavita Goswami
Symptoms can vary, as can the severity of the symptoms.
Typically a patient suffering from endometriosis will experience some or all of the following:
- Pelvic pain, which can sometimes be confused with colorectal and bladder problems
- Pain during intercourse
- Painful periods
- Heavy irregular periods
The intensity and the frequency of the symptoms can be variable.
Mr Alvan Priddy
Painful periods, heavy and irregular periods, pelvic pain (usually cyclical), pain on intercourse, difficulty in conceiving, low back pain, cyclical pain on opening bowels, cyclical pain/bleeding on passing urine, rarely cyclical coughing of blood, scar pain/bleeding. Also fatigue.
Mr Andrew Baxter
Painful periods, pain with intercourse, pain with a full bladder/bowel, infertility, fatigue.