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Learn about endometriosis, a common and potentially painful problem in women that can lead to infertility.
The experts at WebMD explain the diagnosis and treatment of endometriosis.
Learn more from WebMD about risk factors for developing endometriosis.
Get the basics on the symptoms of endometriosis from the experts at WebMD.
Get the basics on endometriosis, a uterine condition, from the experts at WebMD.
Just diagnosed with endometriosis? Ask your doctor these questions.
Endometriosis affects about 5.5 million women in North America and is one of the top three causes of infertility in women. WebMD looks at the diagnosis and treatment of this disease.
Endometriosis is usually a long-lasting (chronic) disease. Some women have no symptoms or problems. Others develop mild to severe symptoms or infertility.
Factors that increase your risk of developing endometriosis include age and family history of endometriosis.
Learn about exams and tests used to diagnose endometrial cancer.
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