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There's no denying that endometriosis (sometimes referred to as "endo") can be painful. It can also be confusing, concerning and more common than many people think.
Our CEO, Beth Battaglino, offers an overview of treatment options and the questions to consider asking your healthcare provider (HCP) before deciding what's right for you.
As common as endometriosis (or "endo") is—affecting an estimated one in 10 women of reproductive age—its diagnosis is often delayed, sometimes by as much as six to 10 years.
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To help deepen our endo understanding, we asked gynecologist Mary Jane Minkin, MD to give us the latest update on research targeting this often-painful disorder.
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- Q: I am 47 years old and take oral contraceptives. My gynecologist says I can take them until age 50, but then I should stop so I can see where I am with menopause. I do not smoke and am in good health. Is it safe to keep taking oral contraceptives?