What is Asherman’s Syndrome?
(Symptoms, Causes & Treatment)
Asherman syndrome is the formation of scar tissue in the uterine cavity. Asherman’s Syndrome is a rare condition which usually occurs in women who have had several dilatation and curettage procedures. In many cases the front and back walls of the uterus stick to one another.
According to the International Asherman’s Association, most patients with Asherman’s Syndrome experience scanty or absent periods (amenorrhea). Some patients have no periods but feel pain at the time that their period would normally arrive each month. This pain may indicate that menstruation is occurring but the blood cannot exit the uterus because the cervix is blocked by adhesions. Recurrent miscarriage and infertility could also be symptoms.
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