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I was diagnosed with stage IV endometriosis around the bowel area at the age of 25. Ten years later, after multiple surgeries, failed IVF cycles (both with a partner and as a single woman), years of experimenting with various painkillers, contraceptive pills, different food types and lifestyle choices, additional diagnosis of adenomyosis, cysts and fibroids thrown...
One of the changes many women with endometriosis experience is weight gain. Weight gain has not been found to be a direct symptom of endometriosis. Rather, the weight gain tends to stem from the treatment methods towards endometriosis. A common response to endometriosis pain management is prescribing birth control pills...
1. Endo-belly. It’s definitely the first symptom we want to get rid of. It doesn’t feel good having to buy larger clothes and being asked when your due. 2. Back pain. It makes doing anything tough when it incredibly hard and painful in getting around. 3. While this doesn’t happen in...
People have thought you were being dramatic about your pain - $20 Owning several heating pads - $15 Not being able to sleep - $10 Had Endo Belly at least once - $25 Being told it’s just a painful period when it’s not - $30 Back pain -...
Endo Belly is often the least talked about the symptom that Endometriosis has on the body. I can definitely understand as talking about it and documenting it are showing a fake version of your body. This version of your body is not the real you, it’s just a temporary...
Hey Endo Warriors! We all know that Endometriosis can be tough to deal with some days! Because we are a community that needs to stick together, the editors of this blog are creating an E-Book all about Endometriosis. And the best part is that they are giving it away...
When someone just says its ‘period pain’   via GIPHY   Your medical diary is longer than your real one The feeling when someone says to have a baby like it’s that easy to do Always feeling bloated You have a heat patch in each room and maybe 2 under your...

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Endometriosis is very much an invisible disease. Not too much is shown visibly and for that reason people don’t really understand what someone with it is going through. Sometimes living with Endo can be easy but other times it can be excruciating painful. So painful you have to stay...

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