What does it feel like to wait years -- or even decades -- for a diagnosis of a disease that impacts 10% of women? Four women share their experience with the physical and emotional pain of endometriosis.
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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.
Experts explain why sex hurts for many people with endo and share tips to make it more pleasurable.
Breaking down the suppositories, which some say are magical for endometriosis, periods, sex and more.
“Sometimes the thing you’re most scared of being called is the best thing you can call yourself,” Dunham wrote of her new ink.