This part of the Worry Head blog is about endometriosis,
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Endometriosis blog

This part of Worry Head blog is about endometriosis, it gives you all the necessary knowledge about the most common, yet still unheard of by the majority of people illness.

Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes.

Endometriosis can affect women of any age. It’s a long-term condition that can have a significant impact on your life, but there are treatments that can help.

The endometriosis blog is about an invisible and brutal illness that affected my wife and at the same time shaped my life as her husband.

Endometriosis

Endometriosis can affect women of any age. It’s most common in women in their 30’s and 40’s.

It is a long-term condition that has a significant impact on your life. There are many treatments that can help to ease it. Endometriosis affects 1 out of 10 women… [read more]

Endometriosis & stress

“Please God help me!!! I am struggling so much to function. I just have one health problem after another for the last 4 years.

I gave up dancing, the thing that I love because of chronic back pain, I gave up my social life because I never feel well… [read more]

How to explain endometriosis?

  1. How to explain endometriosis?
  2. How to explain endometriosis pain?
  3. How to explain endometriosis to a guy?
  4. How to explain endometriosis to my boss?

You will find all the answers inside the article on how to explain endometriosis… [read more]

Invisible illness

Men don’t express their love often enough. In fact, some come home from work and just sit on their backsides, watching mindless TV, and drinking beer.

Instead of being helpful, they are your liability. That was never the case in our relationship[read more]

Painful period

The main objective of this article is to try and understand the point of view of those who support the women in the battle with endometriosis.

I want to raise awareness about the illness, which is very common but it is not recognizable by millions[read more]

Endometriosis surgery

While I write this I am currently about to have my 6th period in 4 months and I have been suffering acid reflux, gas, and period cramps for a week already.

This morning I feel nauseous, just want my period to come to release the pressure and get it over with [read more]

Cramps with ovulation

Is cramping with ovulation normal? Well, you may experience mild cramps or pain around the time of ovulation, but not every woman will have cramping pain during that time.

Even if you regularly experience cramps with ovulation, you won’t necessarily feel them every month [read more]

Covid-19 and my struggle...

I am now fully recovered from a Covid-19 infection which put me in bed for 3 weeks, and during the last week of recovery when I could actually think straight I have done a lot of reflecting on the past year.

Firstly, you are probably wondering what kind of symptoms I had with Covid-19... [read more]

Deeply infiltrating endo

This type of endometriosis is called sometimes “deeply infiltrating” or “deeply infiltrative endometriosis”. It is when endometriotic tissue is found more than 5 mm below the peritoneal surface.

This type of disease may penetrate as deep as the bowel, bladder, and ureters. Its colo-rectal depth requires surgical treatment, commonly called, “laparoscopy” [read more]

Endo and low ferritin levels...

What is the connection between endometriosis and low ferritin levels and why endometriosis and nutrient deficiencies?

The short answer to endometriosis and low ferritin levels is that one of the most common symptoms of endometriosis is heavy menstrual bleeding... [read more]

Explaining endo to a man...

Why is this post the best answer to the question of how to explain endometriosis to a man?

Things you wish you knew sooner!

You won’t find a better source of information than from a man whose wife has stage IV deep infiltrating endometriosis [read more]

Endometriosis and severe anemia.

What can you do when endometriosis and severe anemia take over your life and every first-line treatment you tried isn’t working?

When the first-line approach doesn’t work and you develop severe anemia, you may be offered an iron infusion instead… [read more]

17 facts men should know!

17 facts men should know about endometriosis! From a husband whose wife has endometriosis.

Despite endometriosis being among the most common diseases, its complexity has genetic and molecular origins [read more]

Do you have endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a pretty common condition, approximately affecting more than 11% of American women between the age of 15 and 44. It’s especially common among women in their 30s and 40s.

Worldwide, about 10% of women have endometriosis. That’s 176 million! The prevalence of endometriosis in women with infertility is as high as 30–50%… [read more]

Hysterectomy does not help.

Hysterectomy does not help. Endometriosis and misconceptions about hysterectomy.

The truth is that your ovaries cause the endometrium to grow outside the uterus, on other organs, and places in the pelvic area, so hysterectomy isn’t guaranteed to make the symptoms go away [read more]