Yes it can. There is currently no cure for Endometriosis. The only way to "cure " it is if they did a full hysterectomy and removed every single endometrial implant/endometrial stroma gland in your body.
i for got to add that i had the total hysterectomy due to other problems... they found the endometriosis during the hysterectomy. it was supose to be vag. and lap because they took the overies no one had a cue it was there so the surgery turned of to be open.. i suspected something due to my periods which were always regular started to mess up and the small amout of bleeding between them were a bright orange, and bright red in color...something i had never seen before... also haveing such lower back pain i did not want to ignore the signs ive read about endometriosis made an appointment with my gyno and went from there. i had a colon check just a month before the gyno visit. It came out fine...tks for the info
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