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Frozen pelvis disease

Frozen pelvis disease is one of the most extensive forms of Endometriosis, it occurs when the entire pelvic organs, including the uterus, ovaries, the fallopian tubes, the urinary bladder, and the bowel, become stuck, displaced, fused together and firmly fixed to the pelvic bones and side wall by scar tissue and deep infiltrating endometriosis.


This can significantly affect the function of the organs which are normally separate from one another where they are able to move un-restricted. Frozen Pelvis Disease is often associated with severe pain and infertility.

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