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Endometriosis: An Overview (Part 1)

Endometriosis is a condition in which the tissue that normally lines the uterus (endometrium) grows in other areas of the body, causing pain, irregular bleeding, and possible infertility. The tissue growth (implant) typically occurs in the pelvic area, outside of the uterus, on the ovaries, bowel, rectum, bladder, and the delicate lining of the pelvis. […]

Endometriosis: An Overview (Part 2)

When diagnosed and treated early, prognosis is good. Medical and surgical treatments can relieve 90% of the pain of endometriosis in women. However the recurring rate for all types of conservative surgery is 20% within 5 years. Even without treatment, 3 out of 4 women with mild endometriosis can still become pregnant. Of those women […]

In Pictures – Endometriosis An Overview (Part 3)

This video series provides an overview of endometriosis, as originally presented by F. Zaria Chinelo, CEO of Felicity Motivational Group. More videos in this series:  In Pictures – Endometriosis An Overview (Part 1) In Pictures – Endometriosis An Overview (Part 2) In Pictures – Endometriosis An Overview (Part 3)

In Pictures – Endometriosis An Overview (Part 2)

This video series provides an overview of endometriosis, as originally presented by F. Zaria Chinelo, CEO of Felicity Motivational Group. More videos in this series:  In Pictures – Endometriosis An Overview (Part 1) In Pictures – Endometriosis An Overview (Part 2) In Pictures – Endometriosis An Overview (Part 3)

In Pictures – Endometriosis An Overview (Part 1)

This video series provides an overview of endometriosis, as originally presented by F. Zaria Chinelo, CEO of Felicity Motivational Group. More videos in this series:  In Pictures – Endometriosis An Overview (Part 1) In Pictures – Endometriosis An Overview (Part 2) In Pictures – Endometriosis An Overview (Part 3)