Guiding you through endometriosis
1 in 10 women suffer from endometriosis. Yet, it often takes doctors years to discover. Once you know, you need all the resources out there to minimize the pain and endo growth.
We’re here to help you navigate the endo waters.
What are you looking for?
If you’ve endometriosis pain read this because we’ve collected everything to help you relief pain (naturally).
It’s important to stay connected to your body, no matter how much endometriosis pain you’re in. These items may help.
Working out can be hard if you’re dealing with pain and if you’re also dealing with endometriosis, some blood loss or spotting can occur as soon as you start to move your body. So what are your options when it comes to working out?
What is a holistic approach to endometriosis? Often a holistic approach to healing and treating endometriosis are treatments that aims to treat the root cause of the disease and to lessen the pain. It uses a combination of natural remedies, nutrition, lifestyle changes and other complementary therapies to help support the body’s ability to heal itself from within.
This guide covers everything from what infertility is and how it relates to endometriosis, medication options, treatment ideas, fertility success rates (the good news), pregnancy risks (the not-so-good news), and even tips for after birth!
Although you can’t cure endometriosis, there may be ways to help prevent symptoms, such as following an endometriosis diet. Read on to learn what you should eat and avoid with endometriosis and how a meal prep service can make this easier!
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What the readers say
A few months ago I was diagnosed with Endometriosis. I didn’t have any endo warriors in my network, so coming to this website is like coming home with problems to my big sister. Thank you so much for guiding me!
It took doctors 4 years to diagnose my Endo and since then I’ve finally had time to do some research to numb/eliminate the pain. I needed a website like this to help me, love it!