March Is Endometriosis Awareness Month

Endometriosis is a clinical condition in which the inner lining cells of the uterus are implanted elsewhere, mostly in the pelvic cavity, causing problems ranging from constipation, pelvic pain to infertility. Below are few of the resources that shed a light on the issue, highlighting the causes, symptoms and the subsequent treatment.

Endometriosis: An Overview (MayoClinic)
What you need to know about Endometriosis (Johns Hopkin Medicine)
Endometriosis: Fact Sheet (US Department of Health and Human Services; Office of Women’s Health)
Endometriosis (US Department of Health and Human Services; Office of Women’s Health)
Diagnosis and Treatment of Endometriosis (Planned Parenthood)
Pain and Endometriosis; (Women’s Care Florida)
When Pain is Endometriosis: (UFC Health)
Difference Between Painful Periods, Endometriosis and IBS: (Orlando Health) 
Treating the pain of endometriosis: (Harvard Health Publishing)
Endometriosis and Fertility: (Penn Medicine)
Endometriosis: Does It Cause Infertility? (American Society for Reproductive Medicine)
What are the treatments for endometriosis? (NIHCD: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development)
What It’s Like Living with Endometriosis: (US Department of Health and Human Services; Office of Women’s Health)
Differential Diagnosis: Health Conditions with Similar Symptoms to Endometriosis (Endometriosis.net)
Stages of Endometriosis: (Endometriosis News)
Coping with Endometriosis at Work: (Endometriosis.net)