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About Women's Health: Endometriosis vs. IBS

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From Denise Maher, your About Women's Health Editor
Endometriosis Awareness Month is one of those health observances that makes complete sense: too many women and girls don't know enough about this painful condition, and like several sneaky health problems that plague women, it has symptoms that are often dismissed or attributed to other conditions. Share or like this to spread the word about treating endometriosis!

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The problem starts when endometrium, tissue from the lining of the uterus, forms and grows in places outside the uterus. These growths may lead to pain and infertility. Top Causes of Infertility

Treating Endometriosis
If you are experiencing painful periods or pelvic pain, it's important to see your doctor to get a proper diagnosis. If you do have endometriosis, here are some natural treatments that are used for endometriosis. 8 Natural Treatments for Endometriosis
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