Endometriosis occurs when the tissue that lines the inside of the uterus begins to grow in places it shouldn’t, which can cause debilitating pain and infertility. Around 11% of women have endometriosis, although many remain undiagnosed.

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Emma Roberts Says She Took Her Infertility Issues Personally

In a new interview, Emma Roberts talked about her endometriosis diagnosis and how she felt as though her fertility issues were her own fault.

This Woman Had Endometriosis Since She Was a Teen, but Doctors Insisted Her Symptoms Were All in Her Head

The pain started when 22-year-old Madelyn Morneault got her first period at 13 and became unbearable by her sophomore year of college. Doctors blamed depression, anxiety, and grief—until surgery showed something different. 

Endometriosis Treatment Options Every Patient Should Know About

Specialists recommend considering these five strategies.