Tag: endometriosis

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  • Living With Endometriosis – What I’ve Learnt Along The Way

    September 29, 2020Hertility

    My name is Abbie (@cheerfullylive) and in May 2019 I was finally diagnosed with endometriosis after a 9 year battle with pain.  If you aren’t aware, endometriosis is a chronic and debilitating condition where cells similar to the ones in the lining of the womb are found elsewhere on the body. These cells breakdown and bleed, causing painful periods, as well as possible infertility, fatigue, bowel and bladder problems, as…

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  • Managing Endometriosis: The Options Post-Diagnosis

    August 31, 2020Eloise Burt

    Endometriosis is the second most common gynaecological disorder after fibroids, affecting as many as 1 in 10 women and AFABs. And that’s just the 10% that we know about. If you suffer from endometriosis, you probably know that the biggest symptom is pain… a lot of it. Experiencing such chronic pain amongst other symptoms can not only be damaging physically but decrease your effect your lifestyle dramatically. With little research…

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  • Endometriosis Symptoms – Not Just a ‘Painful Period’

    August 29, 2020Grace Firmin-Guion

    Putting up with periods is one of the many gifts Mother Nature offers to those born with a uterus. And for most of us womb-wielders, period pains are something we’ve probably dealt with at some stage. But how much pain is too much pain? 1 in 10 women and people with female reproductive systems suffer from endometriosis in the UK. Endometriosis is a chronic condition in which cells similar to…

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