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...

How Endоmеtriоѕiѕ and Infеrtilitу Connects

Women with endometriosis can еxреriеnсе infеrtilitу. Endоmеtriоѕiѕ iѕ thе mеdiсаl соnditiоn wherein cells similar to еndоmеtriаl cells арреаr in thе fеmаlе rерrоduсtivе organs ѕuсh...

How Living with Endometriosis Changed Everything

Pain in the abdomen is one of the symptoms of Endometriosis. Share to raise awareness! I was first diagnosed with Endometriosis in 2013 when I...
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....
Endometriosis is a serious condition that is causing you pain, confusion, and frustration. But endometriosis doesn’t just end with the uterus. Many of us think that the endometriosis is linked only to our reproductive...
Endometriosis is a disease that affects over 176 million women around the world. That translates to a tenth of the world's population. But despite this large demographic, only 1 in 5 people have ever heard of endometriosis,...

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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...

Facepalming Things People Have Said to Endo Warriors

Having endometriosis is hard enough without having to deal with the constant judgment of pretty much everyone in your life. The pain is life-changing. It doesn’t go away like we need for it...

Is Your Pain Misdiagnosed? Tips for Finding a Doctor Who Will Actually Help

Endometriosis occurs when the tissue inside the uterus grows in other areas of the abdomen. Most often, the fallopian tubes and ovaries are affected. Although endometriosis is most prevalent in women between the...

Tips for Sleeping Through an Endometriosis Flare-Up

Endometriosis is a painful condition that affects 10 to 20 percent of the American female population. The condition can cause infertility, but it is most commonly associated with the pain it causes women...

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Adjusting to Endo and a New Medication

How do you cope with Endo? Share this Story to Raise Awareness! Well, I’ll start this off by saying today 8/14/18 is Day 40 of...

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...

5 Ways to Cope with your Endometriosis Diagnosis

The complex symptoms cannot be managed by just any doctor. If you feel that your physician is not warm and understanding enough, try to...

The Four Stages of Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition in which excess endometrial tissue begins to grow in places outside of the uterus, such as the fallopian tubes, ovaries,...

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...