Raising Awareness About Endometriosis

At Mira, we know that it can be frustrating when you face a chronic condition with no cure. We believe that you can adopt strategies to reduce its impact on your daily life. If you are diagnosed with endometriosis or if you are unsure if the pain that you go through during menstruation is due to endometriosis, this special page dedicated to Endometriosis Awareness Month will be helpful for you!

Test your knowledge about endometriosis

Did you know that endometriosis is a common gynaecological condition affecting up to 10 percent of American women of childbearing age? While symptoms of this condition may vary, some common symptoms that women who experience endometriosis are painful and heavy menstruation, pain during or after sexual intercourse, lower abdominal pain, infertility, painful bowel and bladder issues, as well as fatigue.

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Pregnant with Endometriosis – Mira Success Story

April is a mom of two that has had many struggles throughout the years as she’s tried to conceive. She has struggled with Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Endometriosis, Adenomyosis, and Addison disease to name a few. In addition, April has faced multiple pregnancy losses.
When it was time to try to conceive her third child, April knew what she was up against and began seeking fertility treatment involving multiple doctor appointments, ultrasounds, bloodwork, semen analysis, and visits to multiple specialists.
On her journey to conceive again April discovered Mira through social media, read the reviews and liked the idea of Mira giving a quantitative number instead of the traditional ovulation prediction kits that can be interpreted many different ways.
She knew that Mira could help her show doctors that she was not ovulating and could help come up with a better plan to achieve her goals of conceiving a third child.

Living with Endometriosis – Sarah’s Story

Endometriosis has affected all aspects of my life from School, Work, Friendships and relationships. I would often have to cancel plans last minute due to a sudden flare up and people thought I was lying. Due to not having an actual diagnosis I found it quite hard to explain what was wrong.
Unfortunately, there is very little support after being diagnosed with Endometriosis. So I created an Instagram account and a website and blog, and I have never looked back. If anyone is out there who feels lost or is looking to connect with people who have Endometriosis, I highly recommend joining the Instagram community. There are a lot of hugely supportive Endo warriors ready to support you and have your back!