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Co-occurrence of chronic pain disorders in adolescents suggests early pain programming and possible timing for intervention

Co-occurrence of chronic pain disorders in adolescents suggests early pain programming and possible timing for intervention
Over the last decade, much effort has been put into exploring the relationship and causality between multiple chronic diagnoses in adults, especially female adults. This research often includes endometriosis and many studies have shown increased prevalence of fibromyalgia, interstitial cystitis, irritable bowel syndrome, and migraines in patients with endometriosis compared to their counterparts without endometriosis (1). These studies have all been conducted in adult populations with a mean age usually in the 30-40 year range.
Source: fertstert.org

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