Get advice and information about living with endometriosis, a chronic women's health condition, including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
When your endometriosis symptoms are severe, you may look to hysterectomy when nothing else has worked. Here’s what you should consider before making your final decision.
A taboo still exists for women who experience endometriosis, which causes chronic pelvic issues, painful periods and sex, infertility, and intestinal problems.
When Julie found out she had endometriosis, she tried different hormonal birth control options to lessen symptoms and pain. Here’s what worked for her.
Have you been diagnosed with this chronic pain condition? Here are some key questions and answers to help get the conversation started with your doctor.
Julianne Hough of ‘Dancing With the Stars’ speaks out about overcoming the pain of endometriosis, a condition that affects 1 in 10 women.
Approximately 30 to 40 percent of women with endometriosis are infertile, according to the Cleveland Clinic. However, many women with endometriosis can, and do, successfully get pregnant and have children. Other health conditions, such as polycystic ...
If you see a woman doubled over in pain, she may have endometriosis. This silent inflictor of pain affects millions of women worldwide and accounts for many lives spiraling into an abyss. The basic pathology behind all this pain involves tiny islands ...
Do not ignore your painful periods, it may be signs of more severe problems.
Most of us think of sex as an experience that should be physically and emotionally pleasurable. But what happens when sex hurts? According to some reports as many as many as 16% of women experience painful intercourse in their lifetime. In some cases ...