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Asherman’s Syndrome Online Community

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The Asherman's Syndrome Online Community (ASOC) is an international community of women from all over the world who have been diagnosed with Asherman's syndrome. The purpose of this community is for members to give support to each other by sharing information. Asherman's syndrome is an acquired uterine disease characterized by the formation of scar tissue (adhesions) in the uterus. Most patients with Asherman's have scanty or absent menstruation (amenorrhea) but some have normal menstruation. Some patients do not menstruate but feel pain each month at the time that menstruation would normally occur. Symptoms can also include recurrent miscarriage or in some cases infertility. Founded in 1999, the online community serves women in countries throughout the world.

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