Endo Fact Finale – Days #26 – #31

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Thank you all for participating, reading, sharing, educating, learning, and helping to raise awareness during Endometriosis Awareness Month.  I think it has been a huge success.  We have reached a lot of people, gained followers, made new contacts, discovered new blogs, and met some friends along the way.

I hope that all of my Endo Sisters will continue to raise awareness, not only during the month of March, but throughout the entire year as we continue to fight for better prevention and a cure for Endometriosis.

❤ Wishing you all a pain free day ❤

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Endo Fact of the Day – Day #16

My apologies for getting a few days behind. I’ve been having terrible flare-ups for several days now, which (as many of you know) makes it very difficult to do anything,

❤ Wishing everyone a pain free day ❤

Endo Fact of the Day – Day #13

I am one of the unlucky Endo Sisters who have been diagnosed with IBS.  The first time I was diagnosed with it was many years prior to my Endometriosis diagnosis.  IBS is often a misdiagnosis in women with Endo because both conditions present very similar symptoms.  However, I suppose it is possible for a person to have both Endometriosis and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Continue reading

Endo Fact of the Day – Day #5

For more information about this topic, click here to view a publication by The Lancet Oncology.

This is a little scary to me, as I have already been diagnosed with Endosalpingiosis in addition to Endometriosis. Until reading this publication, I had no idea Endosalpingiosis was in any way associated with ovarian cancer.