A study in the Journal of Pain found that women even up to the age of 46 with endometriosis reported increased pain symptoms and a lower pain tolerance than those without the condition. "The results imply that endometriosis has a long-term footprint on affected women, thus underlying the need for psychological support and medical treatment beyond fertile age," wrote researchers.
Study: Endometriosis pain problems extend into middle age
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