Severe Pain During Menstruation And Possibly Endometriosis?
Endometriosis is a condition in which the lining of the endometrium grows outside the uterine cavity, such as in the ovaries, outer wall of the uterus, intestines, vagina or in the bladder. Symptoms that appear depend on where the endometrial lining grows, but complaints that often arise include very annoying pain during menstruation, heavy menstrual blood, bleeding outside the menstrual cycle, diarrhea, and some even complain of constipation.
However, besides endometriosis, other conditions that you may experience based on your complaint include ovarian cysts and uterine myoma. therefore there is nothing wrong for you to check back with your obstetrician.
the action you took three years ago was correct, but if until now you are still experiencing complaints, especially every time you menstruate, then you should check again. Moreover, the three possible diseases that I mentioned earlier can appear at any age, especially at reproductive age. If from the results of physical or supporting examinations, the obstetrician finds no abnormalities in the reproductive organs, the doctor will certainly think about other suspicions and look for solutions.
so, hopefully this answer is useful