Endometriosis is the occurrence of mucosa outside the uterine cavity. The mucous membrane, like the mucous membrane in the uterine cavity, depends on the hormonal effects of the female cycle. Endometriosis is most common in the fallopian tubes and ovaries. Like the mucous membrane in the uterine cavity, the endometriosis foci bleed during the period. This can be very painful and is therefore often treated with hormones, a hormone coil or painkillers.
Perimenopause is the time during which a woman passes from childbearing age to menopause. During perimenopause, women often experience changes in menstrual cycles, vaginal dryness, hot flushes or flushing and sleep problems. Symptoms can vary from mild to unbearable and can severely interfere with daily activities and sleep. Perimenopause usually lasts about five years. The symptoms are often treated with lifestyle adjustment and hormone therapies.