What Happens When Medicine Isn’t Enough?

Recently, a great discussion happened in our Endometriosis Group: “Are there any natural remedies that help you cope with Endo?” Many women chimed in with insightful...

What is an IUD and What is it Used for?

An Intrauterine Device, also known as IUD, is a small, usually T-shaped device, which is inserted into a woman’s uterus. The device is usually...

Why It’s Important to Look After Your Liver with Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a serious condition that is causing you pain, confusion, and frustration. But endometriosis doesn’t just end with...
While endo flare management looks different for everyone, I do believe we can all benefit by changing our diets.
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...

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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,...

8 Products Under $20 that Endo Warriors are Loving in 2019

Endometriosis is painful. It takes over your whole body. It can be the cause of many other problems including depression. Finding relief may not be the goal as much as finding yourself again....

Here is What a Partial Hysterectomy Is

Endometriosis is no fun. There is nothing positive about it. While it does wreak havoc on your uterus, it also causes some serious problems for your other organs. You can have full-body issues...

What Makes Someone an Endo Specialist?

Endometriosis affects hundreds of millions of women across the world. Yet, it commonly misdiagnosed. There are many false ideas and thoughts about the condition. Women are told that it’s all their heads or...

Endometriosis: Here is what Pelvic Floor Therapy is

Endometriosis is full of mystery. There are so many questions that are still left to be answered. Some women will undergo surgery only to find that they have very little endo cells while...

I Found the Right Doctor For My Endometriosis

At the age of 25 after my second child was born Endometriosis came up and I was put on the pill as “the cure” I put a lot of weight on. I never...

Why Endometriosis and Iron Deficiency are Linked

A lot of endometriosis warriors have anemia. Anemia is a deficiency of iron in the blood and body. Iron helps your body replenish red blood cells. It can also provide energy to the...

When Endometriosis Hit Me

I remember the eve of the 6th grade balling my eyes out because that little red coming of age friend appeared in my underwear for the first time. Most girls my age thought...

My Battle with Endometriosis and Still Fighting

Hi I'm Jess and I was diagnosed this time last year. I had been experiencing bad periods from the age of 15 and was put onto the pill at 16...

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What Are the Symptoms of Endometriosis and is it Hereditary?

Mother or Sisters with Endometriosis If your mother or sister has endometriosis, you should know that you could have it, too. As yes, endometriosis is...

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...

Can Taking Birth Control Help Endometriosis?

Endometriosis can be a life-changing diagnosis. For some, it is a sense of relief to know why they are having the symptoms...

My Long And Confusing Endometriosis Journey

Heavy and painful periods could be a sign of Endometriosis. Share to Raise Awareness! Ok so here’s my story (please bear with me this will...

Surgeries Don’t Really Help With My Endometriosis

Hysterectomy is Not a Cure for Endometriosis. Share and Comment to show your Support!  Hello, My name is Jeannie and I have been suffering from endometriosis since...