Pain and other endometriosis symptoms can affect your everyday life. Find out what you can do to take control and ways to help yourself feel better.
Endometriosis is very common. One in 10 women have the condition. But what exactly is it, and how does it affect you?
Hormone therapy spells relief for 9 out of 10 women with endometriosis pain. Here’s how it works.
If you have painful periods, you might have endometriosis. Learn how this condition feels different from the pain of regular menstrual cramps.
Starting with small incisions in the stomach, there are several procedures to help relieve your discomfort.
If you have endometriosis pain, you have a few options when it comes to treating it with medicine. Find out which ones you can take to help your symptoms.
Endometriosis starts when cells that are like the ones that line your womb grow outside of it. It can affect many other parts of your body. Here are tips to live your best life with endometriosis....
Your diet can’t cure endometriosis, but it can help you manage your symptoms..
Endometriosis can make your menstrual cycle painful. But these changes to your daily routine can help you feel better.
Endometriosis is an often-painful condition, but there are treatments for it. Here’s what to share with your doctor.
If you have endometriosis, your doctor may recommend surgery. Here’s what you should know about your surgical options.
If you have endometriosis, you may find that having sex can hurt. But that doesn’t mean you have to give up being intimate with your partner. Learn how to ease or get rid of the pain.
Symptoms don't look the same for every woman with endometriosis, but compare this list to what you're feeling.
You don’t have to tough out painful periods and severe cramps. Be honest with your doctor, so she can tell if a condition like endometriosis is causing it.
Is your time of the month terrible? Does the pain stop you in your tracks? It might be time to schedule an appointment.
You may be surprised by these ways to ease your endometriosis pain.
An expert outlines various endometriosis treatments and what questions can help you and your doctor find the best option for you.
Heavy periods are one of the main symptoms of endometriosis, and a backup plan will make life with this condition more manageable.
If you've gone through surgery and still have endometriosis-related pain, pelvic floor exercises may be the next step in your treatment journey.