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By: | March 10th, 2021 | Tags:

During the month of March, we are coming together to spread Endometriosis awareness. Our hope is to build recognition, educate others, and honor the 176 million women worldwide suffering from this disease.


Coming from the word endometrium (the tissue that lines the uterus), endometriosis is when a similar tissue grows on the outside of the uterus. Endometrium growth is common on the ovaries, bowels, bladder, and fallopian tubes. Symptoms can differ from woman to woman and unfortunately, the severity of the pain does not indicate how much tissue has grown on the outside of the uterine cavity.


  • Painful menstrual cramps, specifically in the lower abdomen (before or during periods)
  • Pain during and after intercourse
  • Painful urination/bowel movements during periods
  • INFERTILITY (affecting about 30-40% of women)
  • Heavy bleeding
  • Chronic pain in the low back and pelvis area
  • Fatigue
  • Gastrointestinal upsets including constipation, nausea, and diarrhea.

  • Pain Medication
  • Hormone Therapy
  • Conservative Surgery
  • Hysterectomy with removal of the ovaries
  • Endometriosis is commonly hard to diagnose. In fact, it is often misdiagnosed leaving women to suffer with their symptoms, receiving very few answers. Infertility is often a symptom of Endometriosis. Researchers believe it may be affecting as many as one in every two women with fertility struggles.

    It is important to remember, you are NOT alone. ONE in TEN women have endometriosis (more than 6.5 million women in the United States). Please, don’t hesitate to reach out to your doctor if you are experiencing symptoms. Normal periods do not cause excruciating pain, but endometriosis does!

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