a blog by Sherika Wynter, December 2, 2013
Endometriosis, one of the most overlooked and detrimental chronic diseases that plagues a woman’s reproductive health, is more connected to fertility than we understand. Sadly, endometriosis is usually found once the damage is done, once a woman has been trying for over a year to become pregnant, once it has already wreaked havoc on the reproductive system. So how does one take a proactive stance against a disease that has an unknown beginning and no possible end? How does a woman explain to her gynecologist that she has symptoms that concern her and should be looked into on a deeper level?