8 Symptoms Of Endometriosis you should notice


Painful Period

Intense pain in the abdomen, lower back with cramps during your menstrual cycle that disrupts your daily activities.


Pelvic Pain

You may experience chronic pelvic pain throughout your menstrual cycle which is more noticeable during activities like exercise or sitting for longer duration.


Painful Intercourse

If sexual intercourse has become uncomfortable or painful, this can lead to inflammation and scarring which can make the act of intercourse painful.


Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

Experiencing abnormally heavy menstrual bleeding with blood clots, where you need to change your sanitary products more frequently than usual.


Irritable Bowel Movement

You might experience pain during bowel movements, changes in bowel habits (like diarrhoea, constipation, or bloating), or even blood in your urine during your period.


Fatigue and Low Energy

Chronic pain and discomfort can cause fatigue and low energy levels, even with enough sleep. It may indicate endometriosis.



For some individuals, endometriosis can make it difficult to conceive. If you’ve been trying to get pregnant and unable to succeed, endometriosis could be an alarming possibility.


Some Other Symptoms

In addition to the main symptoms  , some people with endometriosis might also experience back pain, body pain, headaches, and digestive issues, among others.