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In endometriosis, tissue that lines the uterus is found outside the uterus on organs inside the abdomen and pelvic region, and can rarely be found in the spine, brain and c-section scars. This tissue still responds to hormones and breaks down and bleeds during menstruation, trying to leave the body. However, since it is not in the uterus, the blood and tissue cannot leave, inflaming and scaring the regions of the body it is forced to stay in. Article from EmpowHer.
"Endometriosis after hysterectomy. " A hysterectomy is not a viable choice for treating endometriosis. A good resource to start your research, and the website includes personal stories at the bottom about women who have had their endometriosis return after a hysterectomy. Remember, there is currently NO definite cure for endometriosis.