The activist and daughter of Steve Irwin wrote about her experience with the condition, which affects 10% of women and girls of reproductive age.
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The "Without Me" singer said she was feeling "fragile but excited" after undergoing surgery before the awards show.
"I sat through appointment after appointment, having my pain dismissed, being told I was 'depressed,' being told I had 'IBS,' just as they had told Tori."
The comedian said in candid videos after getting her uterus and appendix removed that she's already feeling her energy.
In a recent interview, the singer shared how "demoralizing" it felt for her to not be able to "do the one thing I’m biologically put on this earth to do."
The disorder — which causes intense cramps, painful sex, fertility issues and more — can be mistaken for other problems like endometriosis.