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Uterus & pelvic problem

Uterus-pelvic
 what is uterus function,Problem , Solution with Herbal Treatment ? 

  1.The main function of the uterus is holding a developing foetus to maturity; when it is ready to be born. It is the site for implantation of fertilised ova, placentation, growth and development of the foetus. The uterus is a hollow muscular organ that is located in the female pelvis between the bladder and rectum.
2.The uterus is a female reproductive organ located between the bladder and the rectum, in the pelvic area. The uterus has three layers: the inner lining (endometrium); the middle muscular layer (myometrium); and the outer layer (perimetrium). The uterus…

Q  & A Related to “What Is the Function of the Uterus

  What is the Function of the Uterus?
 
  The uterus gets the privileged job of holding the fetus during a pregnancy. The uterus is attached to the cervix and the vagina, and has the Fallopian tubes on either side. For more

  what is the function of the uterus?

  Pregnant mammals carry their developing babies inside their uterus. This organ is about 3 1/2 inches long prior to conception and weighs just under 3 ounces. The lower portion of 

What is the function for the uterus?

  It is to be shed every month after ovulation if fertilization doesn’t occur.

 what are the functions of the uterus?

 
The uterus (from the Latin, meaning “womb”) is an inverted, pear-shaped structure located between the urinary bladder and the rectum. Implantation of a fertilized ovum occurs

   what is uterus Layers ,Problem , Solution with Herbal Treatment ? 

 

1.Endometrium    2.Myometrium   3.Perimetrium    4. Cesarean Section    5.Gonorrhea.    6.Hysterectomy  

 7.Pelvic Inflammatory    8.Uterine Cancer    9.Uterine Diseases    10.Uterine Fibroids     11.Vaginal Bleeding 

The three layers, from innermost to outermost, are as follows:

a. Endometrium   b. Myometrium     c.Perimetrium
 
1. Endometrium 
 

1.The lining of the uterine cavity is called the “endometrium”. It consists of the functional endometrium and the basal endometrium from which the former arises. Damage to the basal endometrium results in adhesion formation and/or fibrosis (Asherman’s syndrome). In all placental mammals, including humans, the endometrium builds a lining periodically which is shed or reabsorbed if no pregnancy occurs. Shedding of the functional endometrial lining is responsible for menstrual bleeding (known colloquially as a “period” in humans, with a cycle of approximately 28 days, +/-7 days of flow and +/-21 days of progression) throughout the fertile years of a female and for some time beyond. Depending on the species and attributes of physical and psychological health, weight, environmental factors of circadian rhythm, photoperiodism (the physiological reaction of organisms to the length of day or night), the effect of menstrual cycles to the reproductive function of the uterus is subject to hormone production, cell regeneration and other biological activities. The menstrual cycles may vary from a few days to six months, but can vary widely even in the same individual, often stopping for several cycles before resuming. Marsupials and monotremes do not have menstruation. 2.Endometriosis is a problem affecting a woman’s uterus – the place where a baby grows when she’s pregnant. Endometriosis is when the kind of tissue that normally lines the uterus grows somewhere else. It can grow on the ovaries, behind the uterus or on the bowels or bladder. Rarely, it grows in other parts of the body.This “misplaced” tissue can cause pain, infertility, and very heavy periods. The pain is usually in the abdomen, lower back or pelvic areas. Some women have no symptoms at all. Having trouble getting pregnant may be the first sign.The cause of endometriosis is not known. Pain medicines and hormones often help. Severe cases may need surgery. There are also treatments to improve fertility in women with endometriosis.  Read more…………….

 
2.Myometrium
 
The uterus mostly consists of smooth muscle, known as “myometrium.” The innermost layer of myometrium is known as the junctional zone, which becomes thickened in adenomyosis.
 
3.Perimetrium
 The loose connective tissue around the uterus.
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