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Endometriosis: When Uterine Tissue Goes Rogue

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Endometriosis: When Uterine Tissue Goes Rogue

While period cramps are never fun, they can actually be debilitating for those with endometriosis – a disease where rogue uterine tissue turns up in places that it doesn’t belong. Like in other areas of the pelvis… or even in the lungs or the brain.

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