In: Endometriosis

Exercise and Endometriosis
June 26, 2019

Most of us know and understand the benefits of regular exercise. From reducing stress to helping you live a full, active…

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5 Coping Tips for Endometriosis Pain
May 31, 2019

Endometriosis pain affects approximately 11% of American women between the ages of 15 and 44. It has been particularly common among…

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The Endo Impact on Social Life
March 27, 2019

Living for the weekend just to be stuck in bed with endometriosis pain? Weekends are about indulging in your favorite restaurant…

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Endometriosis Awareness Month
March 18, 2019

March observes Endometriosis Awareness Month, which encourages women to raise awareness about the effects of endometriosis and the excruciating symptoms associated…

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My Endo Story: Why I Joined a Clinical Study
February 26, 2019

After countless doctor visits, I was finally diagnosed with endometriosis. Through that time, I experienced pelvic pain that left me bedridden,…

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Finding Happiness with Endometriosis
December 17, 2018

Chinese food or kale salad? Ice cream sundae or low-cal yogurt? The healthier decision is not always the easiest decision. While…

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Endometriosis or Bad Periods: What’s the difference?
October 24, 2018

If you have suffered from period pain, you probably know how it can affect your daily activities, sleep cycle, or energy…

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Periods are normal.
August 29, 2018

It’s time to have that period talk. Periods. We all get them, but it seems that we don’t like to talk…

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Adhesions: An Endometriosis Complication
June 19, 2018

Endometriosis is a condition that often causes extreme pelvic pain, bloating, fatigue, painful bowel movements, and heavy periods. It is estimated…

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I Joined A Clinical Trial Because…
June 15, 2018

It took seven years for my previous doctors to diagnose my endometriosis. Seven years. During that time, I graduated college, bought…

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