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Examining Endometriosis

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The cause of endometriosis is not entirely clear. The dominant theory is that during menstruation, menstrual tissue (comparable to lining in the womb) passes back through the fallopian tubes and into the pelvis, where it attaches and grows.

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People who have endometriosis often report experiencing crippling pain. It has the potential to impact a person’s relationships; their capacity to work and study; physical health; and mental wellbeing.

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Adele kilner
29 Sep 2021
Great information.
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Debra Curran
23 Jan 2021
Excellent overview of endometriosis
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Caroline Jenkins
29 Nov 2019
interesting article
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Katy Martin
06 Feb 2021
A good , concise description of endometriosis.
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Karen Young
05 Feb 2021
I loved the way this course was presented it was informative without overloading information .
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Tarah sherson
07 Feb 2021
Really great article, I learnt some new things and reinforced my knowledge in ways to cope with this condition in order to help patients.
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Lakvinder SINGH
02 Feb 2021
Simple and essy to follow.
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Jennifer Francis
06 Feb 2021
Concise, clear overview of the incidence, signs and symptoms and current management of endometriosis.
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Tamara Ireland
03 Dec 2021
Very informative
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Marilyn CAMACHO
23 Jan 2021
This learning can be useful in my daily duties.
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