Navigating through the maze of symptoms and sensations that come with endometriosis can often feel like deciphering a complex code. For millions of women worldwide, this enigmatic condition disrupts daily life with its array of symptoms, ranging from debilitating pain to emotional turmoil. Decoding endometriosis requires a keen understanding of its signs and symptoms, serving […]
Endometriosis is not just a medical condition; it’s a painful, chronic disease that affects millions of women and girls across the United States of which 3%-10% of women are of reproductive age, and 25%-50% are of infertile women. It also affects about 40%-80% of women suffering from pelvic pain. The majority of women dealing with endometriosis are diagnosed in their 20s and it affects women of all races.
Are you living beyond endometriosis? Is your endometriosis keeping you from enjoying your life? I know mine is. As I’m sitting here writing this, I’m in a funk because yet again my endometriosis is keeping me from something that I’ve been looking forward to for a while now. Why can’t I go out and enjoy myself and have fun? It’s because I’m bleeding heavily and I’m in a lot of pain to where all I want to do is stay balled up in bed. That is not living!!!!
I have Endometriosis. Do you? How often do you have pain and someone tells you that there is always something wrong with you or that you’re making a big deal out of it? Well, guess what? You have a serious medical condition, THEY DON’T! Endometriosis is a disease of the uterus, not a cold that just goes away with over-the-counter medication. This condition affects the way a person lives profoundly.