10 Conditions Endometriosis is Often Mistaken For

Endometriosis is more common than once thought. It has been misdiagnosed and understudied from years. It has recently been determined that girls...

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...

Fatigue is often being overlooked in those with Endometriosis

A new problem has been occurring in which doctors are overlooking fatigue in women with Endometriosis. The numbers don't lie. Twice as...

Is The Endo Diet Worth It?

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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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Endometriosis Awareness: The Difference Between Adenomyosis and Endometriosis

Did you know that some people who think they have an Endometriosis diagnosis actually might have Adenomyosis. The difference is subtle. Adenomyosis is related to Endometriosis but there are distinct differences between the...

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month

Use the hashtag #ThisIsEndometriosis in your postings that you talk about Endometriosis this month to help spread the word! All of our journey's are different with Endometriosis but it's important...

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, or other places in the abdomen. Affecting an estimated 6.5 million, or...

Fatigue is often being overlooked in those with Endometriosis

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...

Struggling with Weight Loss because of Endometriosis

Many of us with Endometriosis suffer from weight gain and we can’t seem to lose it. On a recent thread in our support group, hundreds commented that they too struggled with weight loss because of their endometriosis. If you’re suffering, you are not alone!

5 THINGS TO EXPECT FROM A LAPAROSCOPY FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS

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,...

The Standard of Living with Endometriosis Depends on your Wallet

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.

Endometriosis: My Weakness Helps Prove My Strength

I have been living with endometriosis for 10 years and been diagnosed for over 7. Things got very difficult for me after I found out I had this disease. The pain first started right after...

Endometriosis Stole a Part of My Life

If there was one thing you could say to help people understand Endometriosis, what would it be? How would you describe it? Share to Raise Awareness! Hello, I’m Twymosha, and I’ve been a victim of endometriosis...

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Years of Confusion and Pain Because of Endometriosis

Endometriosis is often misdiagnosed and the delay in diagnosing it may be 6-10 years. Share this blog to raise awareness! All of my life I...

Ablation vs Excision in the Treatment of Endometriosis: Which ne is better?

For women with Endometrioses in its most advanced stage, the question arises on which treatment to take: Ablation or Excision? To know which one...

Breaking News: Breast-Feeding May Reduce the Risk of Endometriosis

A Recent Study has linked breastfeeding to a decrease in risk for Endometriosis. The study composed of 72,394 women who each had one or...

How Long Until People Believed You Had Endo? For Me, It Was 10 Years

There is no known cause of Endometriosis and no unique cure. Take a read, Comment and Share the blog to Raise Awareness! My period started at...

How Endometriosis Can Affect Your Pregnancy and Delivery

When any woman finds out she's pregnant, she will naturally have many questions. However, for the mother-to-be with endometriosis, a condition where...