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Woman wIth Endometriosis Boldly Shows the Dramatic Changes Her Body Goes Through

Post by Kathleen Wong. About one in every 10 women are diagnosed with endometriosis, according to the Endometriosis Foundation of America.  The disease, which has no found cure, affects the female reproductive system. It's when tissue similar to the kind found inside the uterus is found outside the uterus. This can result in symptoms that often make a woman's life much more difficult, causing painful symptoms like lesions, killer cramps, and infertility.
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