Endometriosis is not the same for everyone. There are different pains for each person and it’s never located in the exact same spot for everyone. Endometriosis has 4 different stages to it. Each stage is defined by the degree to which it has spread, size, location, depth, and the severity of scar tissue. It’s sometimes complex in measuring all these different factors.
Here are the 4 stages of Endometriosis
Stage 1: Just a few endometrial implants located outside the uterus and a small number of mild adhesions
Stage 2: Slightly more implants which happen to be deeper and more mild adhesions
Stage 3: There are many deep Endometrial implants, cysts can be found on one or both ovaries at this stage, and there are a few filmy adhesions/scars
Stage 4: This is the most severe stage of Endometriosis. If you’re in this stage, you’re probably in a lot of pain and taking some sort of medication for it. Holding a job is definitely hard. You will have multiple deep implants, cysts on one or both ovaries, many thick adhesions involving other organs.
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