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The condition can cause cysts and scar tissue to develop, which often leads to intensely painful periods.
Juventus defender Benedikt Howedes will be out for around four weeks after suffering a strain in his left leg which aggravated an area of scar tissue from a previous injury.
Complications from piercings or tattoos are not common but may include severe infections, allergic reactions or keloids, a growth of extra scar tissue, Levine said.
The new scar tissue left behind caused abnormal heartbeats called arrhythmias.
Subcision, which involves using a needle to break up scar tissue, costs around $500 per treatment but is somewhat less effective.
One of the symptoms is enlarged calf muscles because the muscle tissue is abnormal and may contain scar tissue, according to the MDA.
His chest and stomach are covered by leathery skin grafts and scar tissue.
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