HomeHealthStudy finds that endometriosis affects approximately 15% of women of reproductive age

Study finds that endometriosis affects approximately 15% of women of reproductive age

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Around 15 per cent of women suffer from endometriosis, a rare and hidden disease of female reproductive age (15–49 years), as its symptoms are similar to menstruation cramps.
ACME’s Gynocare disseminated this information during two scientific seminars held at East West University and North South University. The aim was to raise awareness about endometriosis during March, which is observed as Endometriosis Awareness Month globally.
Prof Dr Neaz t Parveen, a renowned gynaecologist, who conducted the scientific session at East West University, said that untreated endometriosis affects female patients with many complications, including infertility.
Another renowned gynaecologist Associate Prof Dr Joysree Saha conducted the scientific session at North South University.
VC of East West University Professor Dr Md Shams-ur Rahman, Pro Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Mohammad Ashik Mosaddik, chairperson of Department of Pharmacy Professor Dr Md Amirul Islam, Md Mahbubur Rahman, Manager-Marketing of ACME Laboratories Ltd, and Muaz Bin Zabal, Asst Manager-Marketing, ACME Laboratories ltd were present.
Program Dean of School of Health and Life Sciences Dr Hasan Mahmud Reza, Chairman Assoc Prof Dr Md Mahbubur Rahman, Lecturer and Faculty Advisor of NSU Pharmaceutical Club Junayet Hossain Khan, Md Mahbubur Rahman, Manager-Marketing of ACME Laboratories ltd, Muaz Bin Zabal, Asst Manager-Marketing of ACME Laboratories ltd were present, according to a press release.

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