Yes. The most common areas for endometriosis adhesions are in the abdominopelvic cavity, but there have been documented cases of endometriosis appearing on the lungs and even in the mucous membranes of the nose!
Is it possible to have endometriosis without a uterus?
Yes. Because the migration of uterine tissue to other parts of the body is a slow process, and it is possible that the endometriosis started forming before the uterus was removed during hysterectomy. ...
What is the general function of hypothalamic hormones?
they travel through the bloodstream and affect the activities of cells in other parts of the body ...
What is endometriosis?
Endometrial tissue lines the uterus. Each month, in tune with the menstrual cycle, the endometrial tissue thickens and is shed during menstruation. If you have endometriosis, it means that the same kind of tissue that lines your uterus is also growing in other parts of your body, usually in the abdomen. This can cause scar tissue to build up around your organs. Endometriosis may cause severe pain and abnormal bleeding, usually around the time of your period. Pain during intercourse is another common symptom....
What part of the body can herpes affect?
Herpes outbreaks could shift around the genital region and to other parts of the body in less common cases. However, it is common for a person to get herpes outbreaks in the same spot. It is possible for a person who only had herpes outbreaks on the anus to have outbreaks on other parts of the genital region. It is less common for herpes to travel to the eye, the brain (which is very rare) or to other parts of the...
Asked in Lymphatic System
What are long-distance chemical signals that travel in blood or lymph throughout the body?
Hormones, or chemical messenger, is introduced into the blood or lympathic system then travels to other parts of the body. ...
Asked in Blood Vessels
How are the blood vessels arranged related to the other organs of the body?
Blood vessels travel to all parts of the body including the organs through veins and artaries. Question needs expanding! ...
Does a tooth infection cause the body to give off a bad odor?
no it does not ,but if left untreated it could cause an infection that could travel to other parts of the body;via the bloodstream.ie.the brain ...