Living with this condition isn't easy, but there are multiple ways to manage it.
The conservationist and TV star opens up in hopes of helping others.
The conservationist and TV star opens up in hopes of helping others.
If something isn't right, don't ignore it. This diagnostic tool can detect many conditions.
Researchers discovered altered bacteria promoted disease progression in mice.
This painful disease in the reproductive system affects numerous women worldwide.
Talk to your doctor about testing for this condition if you have heavy, painful periods.
An innovative genetic atlas may help improve treatment for this often misunderstood disease.
Unfortunately, endo symptoms don't always end with the menopausal transition for some people.
The comedian discusses difficulties in getting a proper diagnosis for a 'lonely disease.'
Here's a deep dive into the various stages of the reproductive health condition.
The former Miss Universe shares infertility fears during her new TV show.
Intercourse shouldn't hurt, but if it does, find out why and how you can reduce the discomfort.
This concerning phenomenon is associated with endometriosis and pelvic inflammatory disease.
The connection may be a bit fuzzy, but many women suffer from both conditions.
These two reproductive conditions don't get a lot of attention. Here's how to tell them apart.
This endometriosis symptom can cause severe discomfort, but there are ways to tackle it.
Magnetic resonance imaging can serve as a second line of defense to diagnose these conditions.
Understanding the basics of this uterine condition can help you better support your loved one.
The findings could help identify more women at risk for this serious disease of the ovaries.
This traditional Chinese medicine approach may be helpful, but research is limited.
The new documentary is shedding light on this common—and often underrepresented—condition.
Intense pain and other side effects shouldn't keep you from making a meaningful connection.
If you experience cramps in the days following menstruation, it may be an underlying condition.
The effects of this gynecological therapy come on quickly but are reversible.
When endo is called a woman's disease, transgender men get left behind.
The first baby born from IVF in the U.S. just turned 40, and so much has changed since 1981.
Opening up about a difficult condition can be tough, but it's worth it.
Patients and doctors alike could benefit from more knowledge about the painful disorder.
Here's how the body makes this contraceptive injection last for three months.
The bloody truth about refereeing your menstrual cycle.
Treating infertility in patients with this condition has evolved over the years.
Your uterus is made up of more than you might know.
The side effects may outweigh the benefits for women seeking relief from pain.
Research finds stigma hinders diagnosis and treatment for fat patients.
Research shows eliminating certain foods and adding others may alleviate your symptoms.
The actress aims to eliminate the shame around pregnancy complications.
Identification of the NPSR1 gene variant could lead to nonhormonal treatment of the disease.
Doctors agree TENS works, but more conclusive studies are needed on this alternative treatment.
Working with your doctor can help prevent future complications.
Consistency and color may be trying to tell you something.
Find the contraceptive method that meets your unique needs and lifestyle.
Every menstrual cycle is different, but sudden changes might be a sign something's wrong.
Bouncing from one specialist to another is common when seeking an endometriosis diagnosis.
Discussing your heart with your doctor might just change your treatment plan.
Most ovarian cysts are benign, but understanding their symptoms and treatment can be helpful.
Many women are self-treating chronic pelvic pain with CBD, but let's see what science thinks.
Both chronic conditions have similar symptoms, and getting an accurate diagnosis takes time.
Consider first the many effective alternatives that can reduce endometriosis pain.
Three women share their harrowing journey to an endometriosis diagnosis.
An arcuate uterus is a common abnormality that generally doesn't cause any complications.
Pelvic pain can be debilitating, but finding a cause allows for an active and healthy lifestyle.
Heart disease is just as common among women as men and every bit as dangerous.
Women worldwide know their pain won’t be taken seriously, a burden with deadly consequences.
Try these top 5 ways to manage endometriosis from the comfort of your own home.
The signs often mimic other health conditions—here's what to look for.
Here are some key things to know about your DNA when trying to conceive.
Sometimes a creative touch is needed to manage endometriosis pain.
As someone with this rare condition, let me tell you all about it.
Monthly periods can be a hassle, but changes in your cycle could signal a health issue.
Hysterectomy may offer major relief for endometriosis, but it's usually a last-resort measure.
Battling the pain of endometriosis can be exhausting, and sometimes you need a break.
Maintaining a healthy reproductive system is challenging but necessary for overall wellness.
Tackling infertility begins with understanding the possible causes.
Common reproductive disorders can present challenges to getting, or staying, pregnant.
If your bleeding is excessive or your period painful, it may be time to consult your doc.
If you suffer from endometriosis, including your partner in your struggle can bring comfort.
You can still enjoy being intimate despite the changes in your body and sex life.
If you're considering this procedure for your reproductive health, here's what you should know.
A heavy flow or gush is not always normal and can signal more severe health issues.
Myths about endometriosis can spread unfounded fear and cause delays in diagnosis and treatment.
You've conquered cancer. What you have to do now to get your sex life back.
Pain from endometriosis can be unbearable and hard to treat. Massage therapy may help.
Management techniques can make endometriosis bearable and reduce the severity of its symptoms.
Endometriosis surgery is invasive, but technological advancements could end your daily pain.
Most of the time, they're nothing to worry about, but stay prepared regardless.
PMS is the most commonly known, but there are more menstrual conditions to be aware of.
How to protect your emotional well-being before divulging the details of your family plan.
Every woman with endometriosis has a unique experience. These tips help me cope with mine.
You can live with endometriosis and thrive, even though its root causes aren't known.
The causes of endometriosis are still relatively unknown, but helpful treatments are available.
Understanding your symptoms is the first step to getting diagnosed with endometriosis.
Studies disagree on whether the traditional practice will solve your conception difficulties.
Here's what you need to know before you get this highly effective contraceptive.
While it doesn't automatically mean infertility, endometriosis may require immediate attention.
Life with endometriosis can be improved by implementing strengthening and stretching exercises.
Intimacy after an incision isn't out of the question, it just takes work.
The link may not be direct, but chronic stress can affect your menstrual cycle. Find out how.
Painful sex isn't the end of intimacy—you just need a new approach.
Options can be good but overwhelming. Here's what I found during my birth control search.
Vaginal dryness doesn't have to spell the end of your sex life.
Excluding LGBTQIA+ concerns in medicine can leave trans people hurting.
Many BIPOC face an ongoing struggle to get diagnosed.
To soothe persistent suffering, many are turning to products made from marijuana plant extracts.
Here's how couples can navigate endometriosis together.
Spotting is definitely annoying and inconvenient, but is it cause for concern?
Pelvic pain is common, but before you receive proper treatment, know what’s causing it.
One woman in 10 is affected by endometriosis—physically, psychologically and sexually.
Up to 20 percent of women suffer dyspareunia. Here’s a journey through the psychological causes.
You’re following all the rules, and yet you’re not getting pregnant. Where do you go from here?
One in 10 women has endometriosis. I was one. Here’s how I found someone to listen and help.