Chronic pelvic pain can often be challenging to diagnose. But challenging doesn’t mean impossible. Finding the right diagnosis is the first step toward lasting relief.
Endometriosis can make it harder to conceive, but that doesn’t mean pregnancy is off the table. Learn how endometriosis affects fertility — and how women with the disease can take control of their diagnosis.
Endometriosis doesn’t always make itself known with red flags and flashing lights. Learn how to recognize the signs and symptoms.
Adenomyosis, a condition where a woman’s endometrial tissue embeds itself in the wall or muscle of the uterus, likely affects millions of women, but it’s not well understood. Learn more about adenomyosis and its relationship to endometriosis.
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There are several likely suspects that could be causing vaginal pain, including infections, cysts or other conditions. Find out more about reasons for vaginal discomfort and what you can do about it.
The prevalence and severity of asthma rise when estrogen levels climb and testosterone levels fall. Here’s what one doctor’s research reveals about lung function and the sex hormones.
Elagolix won’t be the right answer for every endometriosis sufferer, but it’s another treatment option that can help ease chronic pelvic pain in women suffering for this painful disease.
Learn about promising research and treatment for pain and other symptoms of endometriosis.
Many women hear that they need a hysterectomy to cure problems like heavy vaginal bleeding. After all, removing the uterus and/or ovaries has been the standard treatment for many years.
But hysterectomy is not a woman’s only option today.