Endometriosis is a disease defined by the presence of endometrial-like tissue found in the extra-uterine environment (Johnson & Hummelshoj et al., 2013). The condition elicits a sustained, inflammatory response accompanied by angiogenesis, adhesions, fibrosis, scarring, and neuronal infiltration (Giudice, 2010).
Learn How People Feel Endometriosis Pain in Different Locations Endometriosis pain is hard to explain to people who have never experienced it. Why? For many
Endometriosis (endo) can cause many issues. Endometriosis patients may have difficulty becoming pregnant or maintaining a full-term pregnancy. Up to 70% of women with endometriosis get
Natural, Medical & Surgical Treatment of Endometriosis Infertility Endometriosis (endo) is a common condition that affects up to 10% of all women globally. But most people
Debunking the Myths Surrounding Endometriosis and Reproduction Disinformation about endometriosis and how it can impact reproduction is thick. As a matter of fact, not just
Learn More About the Connections Between Endometriosis and Infertility Endometriosis (endo) diagnosis can be a frightening thing. Very frightening. While this inflammatory condition can be
Why You Need an OB-GYN Who Specializes in Endometriosis Endometriosis is common (affecting nearly 190 million women worldwide) but poorly understood by many medical professionals.
(All research studies mentioned in this article about the impact of endometriosis on mental health enrolled people with assigned female gender at birth. However, to
Author: Dr. Rebecca Patton, PT, DPT “I feel like you’re the first physical therapist who understands endo.” It’s a statement I wish I didn’t hear
Your Guide to Ovarian Endometrioma: Treatment, Symptoms, Doctors, Etc. Endometrioma (deep ovarian endometriosis) can be difficult to treat due to controversies and challenges surrounding the best approaches,
Diagnosis. Treatment. Surgery. Many Topics May Be Discussed At Your Visit An endometriosis specialist appointment is not something you do every day (although sometimes it
Debunking the Myths About Endometriosis & Exploring the Facts One in ten women worldwide is affected by endometriosis, also known as “endo,” for short. While