Researchers gathered survey data to find out.
A new study questions whether the risk of infertility linked to endometriosis is as bad as previously thought.
Many advances have been made in understanding the multi-layered causes of sexual pain, and most women can resume or begin satisfying sexual lives after diagnosis and up-to-date treatment.
According to a recent prospective cohort study in Human Reproduction, women who have a history of severe acne in their adolescent years may be at greater risk of developing endometriosis.
Exposure to two organochlorine pesticides may increase risk of endometriosis, according to a new study published in Environmental Health Perspectives.
Results of a study of more than 116,000 women, published online May 14 in Human Reproduction reveal a 39% lower risk of endometriosis in those who were morbidly obese than in women with normal body mass index (BMI).
Nearly 70 issues associated with management of endometriosis are outlined in a first-of-its-kind worldwide consensus statement on the disease released by the World Endometriosis Society (WES) Montpellier Consortium, an international group.
NASPAG looks at the course of action for pelvic pain in adolescents.