This syndrome is characterised by the formation of uterine adhesions. Sometimes the walls of the uterus fuse together, while other times they take place only in a small portion of the uterus.
Tag: uterine walls
Regulated by hormones, the ovarian cycle consists fundamentally of three phases: the follicular phase, the ovulatory phase, and finally the luteal phase. At each phase, different sets of hormones take part.
They appear as small blood pools that seep within the endometrium, and are crescent- or wedge-shaped structures located between the tissue created for pregnancy and the outer layer of the uterus. Pregnancy may be considered at high risk, and bed-rest at home will be recommended.