An early diagnosis can greatly increase your chances of successful treatment and remission. That’s why it’s important for women to know what symptoms to recognize and when they should see a doctor.
Endometriosis is an extremely painful condition that affects about 11-percent of reproductive aged women around the world. We look into the most common symptoms associated with this disease.
Endometriosis is a chronic women’s disease. It occurs when cells from the lining of the uterus begin to grow outside the uterus. This can damage the function of other organs and even cause infertility. Learn about the 12 most common warning signs and symptoms of endometriosis.
Estimates say up to 10-percent of women suffer from endometriosis, and it affects the majority of women in their 30’s or 40’s. It’s not clear who made the first diagnosis, and ever since then there have been many myths surrounding this condition. Here are seven misconceptions about endometriosis that should be dispelled.
Endometriosis is a painful, chronic condition that millions of women suffer from. To help reduce inflammation and ease the pain associated with endometriosis, try following these 9 diet tips.
Most people know that endometriosis is a painful condition that causes abdominal cramps and chronic headaches as the cells in the uterine lining grow beyond the uterus. Pain is particularly unbearable during menstruation when tissues break down—they can become trapped and form agonizing lesions. However, many patients are unaware of the subtle and unusual signs of endometriosis.