Symptoms of Endometriosis – 2022 update

Over the years Endometriosis has gone from a virtually untalked about condition to a world-wide well known condition, throughout that time we have tried to offer support to thousands of women who have researched the condition using this site.

It’s been a while, but as the condition has become more widely recognised the list of common symptoms have increased, the following list are the most common symptoms reported today, if you have some of these, and are concerned – then do talk to a medical professional.

  • Painful cramping (often similar to menstrual cramps)
  • abnormal periods (irregular / painful)
  • pain during intercourse
  • lower-back pain
  • pelvic pain
  • Fatigue (often long-term for long periods of time)
  • Constipation / bloating
  • Diarrhea
  • Spotting / Bleeding between periods
  • Infertility

It’s important to remember that many of the symptoms above, can also occur for other reasons, including normal non-endometriosis related conditions etc… but if concerned to please consult a medical professional.

Film Night to raise awareness of Endometriosis – Basingstoke

On the 15th of August the Endometriosis UK Basingstoke group is having a fund-raiser and awareness raising night.

This takes place at the Ark Conference Centre at 7:30pm, the group will be showing the documentary Endo What?¬†which has had world-wide reviews since it’s release.

The film explains about Endometriosis, a disease which we know affects more than 1 in 10 women globally, the film explores the current knowledge on the disease, it’s potential causes and covers common treatment options.

Further information on the event is in the poster attached below.

 

Endo What - Monday August 15th 7:30pm
Endo What – Monday August 15th 7:30pm

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