What are the symptoms of endometriosis?
The symptoms are multiple and vary from one patient to another. In fact, since different organs can be affected, the symptoms vary greatly from one woman to another. Just as sometimes, no symptoms are felt and the disease then remains "silent".
In the early stages, endometriosis leads to fairly mild disorders which, over time (usually during adolescence), become increasingly intense, sometimes even intolerable.
However, there is not always a correlation between the intensity of the disorders and the degree of severity of the disease. This explains why extensive or deep forms of endometriosis are not necessarily very painful, and less extensive and superficial forms are sometimes very painful.