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April 6,2022 |  March Blog Round-up

A Simplified Definition of Endometriosis

Endometriosis affects each person differently. Some sufferers deal with intense pain consistently, while others have no pain. This makes diagnosing and explaining endometriosis difficult.

 

Before I received surgical treatment, my endometriosis was extremely painful. My symptoms began when I was twelve and started my period. I had painful periods with intense pelvic cramps that felt like contractions. And my menstrual flow was so heavy that I would soak through pads constantly. Read Article

What Endometriosis Pain Feels Like

 
I’ve experienced endo pain on so many different levels. In the beginning, I only had painful periods that would disrupt my life and lead to excruciating pain. But, as my endometriosis progressed, so did my discomfort. In addition to painful periods, I experienced chronic pelvic cramping, painful bowel movements, radiating leg pain, ovulation pain, and low back pain. 

How Endometriosis is Diagnosed

 
Getting a proper endometriosis diagnosis can be challenging. It took eighteen years and a severe health complication before receiving my official diagnosis. However, I didn’t understand the diagnostic process. And I didn’t understand how to advocate for myself properly. Luckily, I can share what I’ve learned with you. So, you’re better prepared and can find a medical professional that will listen and receive a proper diagnosis. 
 

Diagnosing and treating endometriosis is problematic because it's not well-known and understood. However, understanding these basic endometriosis facts can help to dispel myths and misconceptions. Additionally, it can also help to increase awareness and contribute to early diagnosis and treatment. Thus, decreasing the pain and dysfunction that many go through because of this debilitating condition.



The article 10 Informative Facts About Endometriosis That You Must Remember  appears on Femmepower Blog

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