Painful. Frustrating. Isolating. Having a chronic inflammatory disease like endometriosis can be all of these things, but it doesn't have to be that way. Endometriosis is a disorder in which the lining of the uterus (endometrium) grows elsewhere within the abdominal or pelvic region. While there is no cure, there are ways to treat this often misunderstood condition. With the right treatment options, you can find relief from the symptoms that have held you back from living a happy and healthy life.
Are you struggling with painful periods? Do you often find yourself stepping away from usual daily activities because your pelvic pain is getting worse? These signs and symptoms may be from endometriosis and can be a very unpleasant issue. Get to know all about the signs, symptoms, causes, and risks of endometriosis in this blog post.
Are you suffering from painful menstrual cycles? Are you starting to wonder if your intense abdominal pain is normal? You’re not alone, as many women deal with health issues related to their menstrual cycle. It's essential to figure out whether you’re having severe cramps or a condition called endometriosis. Get to know more about endometriosis and how this incredibly painful disorder is more common than you might think.
Do you frequently feel a sudden urge to urinate? Do you sometimes not make it to the bathroom in time to urinate? You’re not alone, as roughly 15 percent of women will experience an overactive bladder in their lifetime.
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