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A new problem has been occurring in which doctors are overlooking fatigue in women with Endometriosis. The numbers don't lie. Twice as many women with Endometriosis suffer from fatigue compared to women without Endometriosis. Even when other factors are figured into the equation (parenting, body mass, etc),...
Although physical examinations and ultrasounds are helpful in identifying endometriosis, a laparoscopy procedure is the only actual way to conclusively diagnose the disease. The experience and outcomes are different for everyone depending on our expectations, severity and duration of the procedure, expertise of the surgeon, hospitality and professionality of...
A couple of years ago,the doctor’s diagnosis disclosed that I was at stage 4 of complex endometriosis, and my life has been very much affected since then. But as terrible as it may be to be a sufferer of endometriosis, I still think I’m quite lucky that I can afford to cope with a disease that is so financially strenuous.
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Our Facebook group is sharing lots of different remedies, new treatments, and even simple tricks that can help! Here are 3 of our favorite tips shared on our Facebook Group: 1. ThermaCare HeatWraps for menstrual cramp relief. 2. Drink green tea and ginger root tea. 3. Staying away from foods that cause inflammation. Insider tip: Avoid soy because it...

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