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What is endometriosis?

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The defintion of endometriosis is still being researched but basically, it's when tissue that mimics the inner lining of the uterus (aka the endometrium) is not where it's supposed to be. Remember pain is NOT normal but if you are experiencing any of these symptoms: inflammation, heavy pain, abnormal periods, irregular periods, etc - check in with your doctor! There are lots of potential treatments (no cure sadly) that can be useful, but usually it needs a combination to manage the pain. Surgery, hormone therapy, heating pads, pain killers, TENS, a change in diet are just some of the treatment methods.

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