When you are diagnosed with endometriosis, there is so much to learn and understand. You need to understand what your body is going through and how this chronic illness affects every area of your life. One thing that many people don’t realize is the importance… Read More »Why you need therapy to deal with your Endometriosis
Endometriosis is a condition in which tissue that normally lines your uterus grows outside of it. It’s one of the leading causes of infertility and pelvic pain, but there are many different types of endometriosis that all come with different symptoms. One type called deep infiltrating endometriosis (DIE) and it can make you feel seriously ill.Read More »What Is Deep Infiltrating Endometriosis?
It’s a fact of life that we all have to deal with stress, but what you may not realize is that stress can affect your health in many ways. If you suffer from endometriosis, there are a few things you should know about how stress plays a role in the condition. Here’s everything you need to know about managing stress and endometriosis.Read More »What to Know About Endometriosis And Stress
Please tell me I’m not the only woman who has ever been to urgent care with a stabbing pain in my lower abdomen and been told that it’s “probably ovarian cyst pain.” Because if I am, then I’m truly alone in this world full of people wearing medical gloves. This is a common refrain for us ladies—there’s lots of pelvic pain and abdominal pain that could be caused by ovarian cysts, but there isn’t a clear way to figure out exactly what’s going on down there. If you have experienced this type of vague discomfort or you’re worried about it happening to you (because it happens to nearly every woman at one point or another), here are some tips for figuring out whether your symptoms are probably ovarian cyst-related:Read More »Everything About Ovarian Cyst Pain
Unless I’m sleeping, I am in some kind of pain. Whether it’s a dull ache in my corners to sharper stabs shooting from my pelvic area or an intense burning sensation that spreads across my butt and thighs, it is always there. Even though this is my reality, navigating the health care system with a chronic illness can be exhausting for anyone. Here are tips for getting through those appointments:Read More »Surviving Hospital Visits When You Have Endometriosis
Curious to learn how to find out if you have endometriosis? Endometriosis is a condition in which tissues similar to the lining of the uterus (womb) grow outside of the uterus. The tissue can attach itself to any organ in the pelvic area, including the ovaries, fallopian tubes and bowel. The tissue swells and bleeds during each menstrual cycle, just as the normal endometrial tissue inside your uterus does. However, unlike with your uterine lining, this displaced tissue has no way to escape your body when it breaks down. This leads to pain, inflammation and fertility problems for many women who have endometriosis.Read More »How To Find Out If You Have Endometriosis
Did you hear about the illness already? Did you get a diagnosis or did a loved one get it? Whatever the reason, we got you. Here’s as much information as needed about Endometriosis.Read More »Start Here: ENDOMETRIOSIS; Its Causes, Symptoms And Diagnosis
There are many questions about the safety of the COVID-19 vaccine for people with endometriosis and other health conditions, including whether these groups should be prioritised for the vaccine. This article will look at whether a person with endometriosis can get vaccinated against COVID-19, what side effects to expect, and more.Read More »Endometriosis And The Effects Of The Covid-19 Vaccine