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Journeys

The patient's path to wellbeing

Journeys: Table of Contents
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A woman’s disease in a man’s world: Fighting for a diagnosis and respect

Abby Norman, author of “Ask Me About My Uterus: A Quest to Make Doctors Believe in Women’s Pain,” takes part in a Q&A about some of the difficulties women with endometriosis may face when seeking medical help, the importance of being heard by physicians, financial issues, and the hope she has for the future.

Patient advocacy and activism goes global

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Amanda, Danika, and Madison – Recognizing Symptoms

I had no idea it wasn’t normal The first step in diagnosing endometriosis is often getting the patient to recognize that her symptoms aren’t a normal part of menstruation. BY MARY ELLEN SCHNEIDER For many women with endometriosis, the diagnosis is delayed – in part –...

Heather – A Beacon of Hope

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