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Endometriosis Pain: Recent Research & Finding Relief

The exact connection between endometriosis and pain is still not well understood. Pain levels are also difficult to compare in different people. “While a pain scale is one tool,” Dr. Nicole Donnellan says, “the impact of pain on a person’s daily functioning is more important to consider.” This week on the Blossom Blog, Erika Klein details recent research on endometriosis pain, and how patients may find relief.

Learn More About Adenomyosis

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EndoTV: Rosy Murch on Adenomyosis

April is Adenomyosis Awareness Month and patient advocate Rosy Murch has been on a mission to raise awareness ever since being diagnosed herself. This week on EndoTV, she sits down with Diana Falzone to discuss advocacy, diagnosis, and her adenomyosis journey

Jatava Burns’ Endo Story
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This week on EndoStories, Jatava Burns shares her story of how she spent years without a diagnosis before finally receiving her first exploratory surgery in 2019. “If my story can help women ask their doctors questions and not stop until they have an answer,” Jatava writes, “then my job is done.”

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EndoFound’s Bookshelf: New Book Pick!
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The latest addition to EndoFound’s bookshelf is Doris Murimi’s book, When Something is Wrong: Understanding Menstrual Disorders, which explores the functionality of the reproductive system, explains menstrual disorders with an emphasis on endometriosis, and empowers one to be proactive about their menstrual health. The book is not only informative but a great conversation starter for both adolescents and parents/guardians. Check it out today!

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Snag the gear you need to wear your awareness and spread the word about endometriosis. From hoodies and tees to heatable plushies, the EndoFound Shop is where you can purchase with purpose.

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