Endometriosis is a chronic reproductive condition that affects roughly 1 in 10 people assigned female at birth—and the situation for patients is dire.
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Misinformation about endometriosis is one of the most significant barriers to accessing proper care.
Endometriosis is one of the leading causes of infertility, but not everyone with endometriosis is infertile.
Both getting pregnant and staying pregnant can prove difficult for people with endometriosis.
While endo communities and support groups can help patients feel less alone, the most vulnerable and marginalized are being left to fend for themselves.
Reproductive health decisions look different for people with endometriosis. Here’s what to expect when those decisions involve having an abortion.
Are you a parent of a student with endometriosis or a parent with endo? This guide is for you.
People with endometriosis need tools to navigate both school and workspaces. Our experts share their best tips.
Infertility is common, but discussing it remains incredibly fraught, so we've enlisted experts to demystify the topic.
Young people with endometriosis need our belief in their realities, our understanding, and our support.
Gabrielle Jackson's book Pain & Prejudice details how medical providers failed her as she tried to get answers about her pain.
Beginning a gender transition is never an easy decision, but it’s usually a personal one.
Scotland serves as an example of making periods more equitable: providing tampons and other products to everyone who needs them.
We’re not talking about painful sex, or painful orgasms, or debilitating periods—so Lara Parker is talking about it in her new book Vagina Problems.