It’s baffling how common endometriosis is yet many don’t know much about it including some doctors. Endometriosis, according to the World Health Organization, affects 1 in 10 people assigned female at birth.
It’s a tissue that is similar, but not the same as the tissue that lines your uterus, and it bleeds at the same time you’re on your menstrual cycle.
You’re bleeding internally and it’s incredibly painful. It can travel to many different parts of your body and your symptoms don’t always revolve around your cycle.Read more on themighty.com