Endometriosis occurs when cells similar to those that line the uterus are found in other parts of the body, commonly a woman's pelvic and reproductive organs. Endometriosis, pronounced end-o-me-tree-oh-sis or just endo , is a progressive, chronic condition where cells similar to those that line the uterus the endometrium are found in other parts of the body. It most commonly occurs in the pelvis and can affect a woman's reproductive organs. Studies suggest that endometriosis affects 1 in 10 women of reproductive age, with an estimated million women worldwide having the condition. Endometrial cells found outside the uterus grow to form lesions or patches that bleed and leak fluid in response to your hormones at the time of the period. This leads to inflammation and scarring.
Are you worried that sex or orgasm may harm your baby or threaten your pregnancy? One in four women report fear of sex during pregnancy. Many men also are afraid of harming their pregnant partner or the unborn child with sexual intercourse. Research has shown that sexual intercourse and orgasm do not cause or increase the risk of negative outcomes for the baby or the mother. Sexual activity may even have positive health benefits for the pregnancy, by boosting feel-good hormones like oxytocin and increasing the amount of blood flow and oxygen to the uterus. Despite the fact that everyone—you, your doctor, the baggers at the supermarket, everyone —knows that sex is how most people get pregnant, many are still afraid to talk about sex and pregnancy.
Pathogens often follow more than one transmission route during outbreaks—from needle sharing plus sexual transmission of HIV to small droplet aerosol plus fomite transmission of influenza. Thus, controlling an infectious disease outbreak often requires characterizing the risk associated with multiple mechanisms of transmission. For example, during the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa, weighing the relative importance of funeral versus health care worker transmission was essential to stopping disease spread.
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