Endometriosis: An Invisible Illness

Examining the symptoms, pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment, and new research related to endometriosis. 

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Published:Dec 01, 2019
|Updated:Jan 15, 2020
|1 min read

Endometriosis affects approximately 1 in 10 women of reproductive age, and is considered an invisible illness contributing to an increased risk of depression. It remains poorly understood, with symptoms including dysmenorrhea, pain, and in some cases, infertility. Learn more about the theories of pathogenesis, diagnostic methods, treatment options, and new research related to endometriosis. 

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