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Endometriosis and Unsupportive Loved Ones

How to deal with unsupportive loved ones in regards to Endometriosis. 1.5 million women worldwide are affected by Endometriosis, almost as much as the ones...

Endometriosis and Adenomyosis: What is the Difference?

One of the most delicate parts of a woman’s body it’s the uterus because it doesn’t only have a reproductive function but a lot...
Women who have endometriosis are more likely than other women to have disorders in which the immune system attacks the body's own tissues.
Chronic inflammation in the body can potentially lead to very serious health complications.
High levels of oestrogen and low progesterone levels are often detected in women with endometriosis.
When I turned 30, I began to experience very painful periods. The cramping would be so intense that I'd have to lay on the couch, shaking and perspiring and consume painkillers to get through the day. I...
If you have pain in your pelvic area, it may be difficult to know what’s causing your discomfort. Maybe you feel nauseous or constipated or have diarrhea. You may have mild to severe cramping during your period....

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Endometriosis: The Medication Information

Endometriosis is a life-changing medical condition. It has not had the research or recognition that it should. Over the past few years, we have tried to understand it better. One of the first...

Endo: Is Menopause the End?

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The Achievements of Endometriosis Patients

Another year has come to an end. A year with lots of events. For most people, the end of the year is the time when they are looking back to see what they...

Endometriosis: What People Don’t See

This image describes endometriosis so well. All anyone ever sees is the outward shine of the apple. Its bright red, glossy and beautiful. However, just under the skin, it can be an entirely different story....

My Endo Story

So my story dates back to when I was 12. Like any other Tomboy, I was playing computer games, minding my own business. I get this intense, sharp and just unexplainable pain, next...

Navigating Natural Treatments for Endometriosis

About 1 in 10 women suffer from endometriosis in the U.S. Women who experience this painful condition deal with many different symptoms, including abnormal periods, extreme cramping, weight issues, skin concerns and infertility....

Why Does Endometriosis Come Back

So it finally has come to this. You tried so hard to endure through the episodes. You’ve tried medications, birth control and a cocktail of pharmaceuticals but now the only option left is...

Face Palming Things ACTUALLY Said to An Endo Warrior – Part II

Endometriosis is hard enough to deal with. You have more pain than anyone should have to go through. There is stress on your body, mind, and relationships. Working can be almost impossible. Yet,...

5 Things To Do After Receiving an Endometriosis Diagnosis

Endo warriors know that receiving a diagnosis is life-changing. On one hand you are finally relieved that what you are going through is real and has a real diagnosis. On the other hand,...

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Can Endometriosis cause skin problems?

Women who have endometriosis are more likely than other women to have disorders in which the immune system attacks the body's own tissues.

7 Things People Without Endometriosis Wouldn’t Understand

When someone just says its ‘period pain’   via GIPHY   Your medical diary is longer than your real one The feeling when someone says to...

I have Retroverted Uterus and I Found Out in the Worst Possible Way

Have you ever had an unpleasant experience during an Exam? Share your experience in the Comments! I was suffering from intense pain in the abdomen area. Went...

Try to be in Our Shoes

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...

My Life Worth PCOS

What was the biggest challenge after being diagnosed? Show your support by Commenting! Last year I was diagnosed with PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome). I had no idea...