Usual Signs Of the Sciatic Endometriosis



Endometriosis is a state where uterus menstrual lining places itself in the areas other apart from uterus. The lining can spread to internal organs like the sciatic nerve creating much pain.

1. When lining implants on sciatic nerve, it may cause condition to sciatica which is known as sciatic endometriosis. Sciatica means irritation of sciatic nerve because of herniated disc.

2. While the tissue implant takes place, the lining will function, means it will begin bleeding similar to other menstrual cells which does the process of menses.

3. Women having a sciatic endometriosis may also face leg pain because endometriosis irritates sciatic nerve. As the sciatic nerve is spread till the leg, the sciatic endometriosis can cause leg pain.

4. The most usual sign of sciatic endometrosis is the pelvic pain. Due to lining bleeds, it starts to develop pressure that causes pain.

5. While facing severe pain, a surgery can remove the endometriosis that affects the nerve and reduce the pain. Apart from this sciatic endometriosis can be treated with proper prescription medicines.

6. Sciatic endometriosis can also cause hip pain as it affects the hip which can irritate the hip joint and reduce the movement of the hip by spreading to hip ligaments.

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2 Comments

  1. thandie says:

    i have pain on the right side days after my period, the pain also affect the right hip. I feel nauseas and vomit. Its like someone is stabbing me on the right abdominal site. I also have backpains. The pain last for hours.

  2. Marcella Hill says:

    I am a 47 yr old, white, female with a past medical history of adenomyosis which was affecting bowl and bladder, 2 c-sections previously, horrible menstral pain since the age of 11yrs. Novasure procedure performed in 2008. Also had severe lower back pain during peroid and with labor, but never associated with endometriosis.
    However, about 6 months ago, I began to have the same symptoms again…only this time my back pain left me unable to ambulate (after intercourse) for approx. 5-7 days. This has happened twice in the last 6 months both times post intercourse. Only now the back pain never completely goes away. My OBGYN didn’t seem concerned…but he did schedule an abd & pelvic CT because I called back to tell him I was in excruciating pelvic & back pain for hours after he examined me. Will the CT show endometrial tissue on or around the sciatic nerve? Thanks in advance for opinion. Sincerely, Marcella Hill, RN

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