When abnormal formations appear in a woman's uterus, it may indicate female fertility problems. Most commonly, women have two types of formations in the uterus:
- when there is endometrial tissue outside the uterine cavity. Endometriosis is usually due to the presence of endometrial tissue in the fallopian tubes or in the ovaries.
- is a relatively common disease with few symptoms. It involves the presence of endometrial tissue in the myometrium and is, therefore, internal endometriosis. Severe cases of adenomyosis are associated with repeated miscarriages and preterm deliveries.
The diagnosis of any of these uterine disorders is essential to establish the best treatment for each woman.