Please click on the link below to read a fantastic story that discusses adenomyosis and endometriosis and the difference between the two disorders. What struck me most was that she gave birth naturally (no pain killers) after suffering from endometriosis for many years, and she said that the pain from childbirth paled in comparison to endometriosis pain. It is important that the general population read stories like this so they can understand the degree of pain associated with these uterine disorders. Thanks, Rebecca, for telling your story!
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