15 Stellar Endometriosis Blogs You Should Be Following in 2021

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Inside: Check out these 15 endometriosis blogs loaded with information to help you overcome your endometriosis symptoms.

Upon becoming fully ingrained in the chronic illness community, I quickly learned about a devastating disease: endometriosis.

Until recently, I didn’t know anyone who personally had it. However, I can think back to times when I believe a co-worker or an old friend may have been showing symptoms.

I remember watching these women crippled over in pain and barely able to stand. They all gave the same response – that they “just had really bad periods.”

As a woman, you’re constantly told to ignore your pain. It’s been proven that doctors don’t listen to females in the same way that they listen to males when explaining their symptoms.

This isn’t fair, and it needs to stop.

What is endometriosis?

According to Healthline, “Endometriosis is a disorder in which tissue similar to the tissue that forms the lining of your uterus grows outside of your uterine cavity.”

It’s a common gynecological condition that affects up to 10 percent of women. The hormonal changes of your menstrual cycle affect the misplaced endometrial tissue, causing the area to become inflamed. Over time, the tissue that has broken down has nowhere to go and becomes trapped in your pelvis.

In other words, it’s extremely painful.

Since March is endometriosis awareness month, I wanted to do a roundup of endometriosis blogs that are sharing valuable advice for managing this incurable disease.

1. Endo Black, INC.

Lauren R. Kornegay was diagnosed with endometriosis at age 20. After her diagnosis, Lauren struggled to find other black women online who had experienced similar endometriosis symptoms. This inspired her to create Endo Black, INC., a space that acknowledges African American women living with endometriosis.

Her goal is to raise awareness in the community about women of color affected by endometriosis, while at the same time educating doctors and medical professionals about how to better care for them.

Visitors will find support for women’s health, social justice, and tips aimed at supporting mental and physical health.

Check out the Endo Guide here!

2. Endless Distances

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Sarah is a self-proclaimed gluten-free foodie (since 2012!), yoga and nature lover, and big fan of unconventional life choices.

Just half a year after waking up in the hospital bed with my Endometriosis diagnosis, she quit her job, flew to Nepal, and trekked to Everest Base Camp!

Endless Distances is a place where she shares her adventures – but it’s also part of her mission to help others live well & travel widely. Whether you are gluten-free, a chronic illness warrior, a sustainable travel lover, an outdoor adventurer, dream of moving abroad, or just want the best insider tips on travel planning – she’s your best resource.

You can read more of her story here.

3. Kendall Rayburn

After sharing her story of living with endometriosis for a WOMEN’S HEALTH ARTICLE, Kendall was inspired to create more awareness surrounding chronic illness.

For her, endometriosis is a daily struggle. She’s had her ovaries and uterus removed, which led to early menopause, and is in near-constant pain.

Endometriosis has altered her life, but she’s also been strong enough to carry the burden and find ways to change old goals into new ones. Like she says, “There are millions of other women who are walking this same path right alongside me, and together, we got this.”

You can read more of her story here.

4. Running in Triangles

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On the blog, Running with Triangles, Vanessa Rapisarda opens up about life with endometriosis and being a mother.

She says, “While I would never change my three beautiful babies, being a mom to them while struggling with Endometriosis is the hardest part of my life. I feel a ridiculous amount of mom guilt to start. In one of my previous articles on Endometriosis, I talked about the fact that I have less energy than someone going through treatment for cancer. One of the hardest parts of my life has been not being able to get out of bed to be with my kids.”

She provides a beautifully candid account of what being a mom with a chronic illness is like. You can read more of her story here.

5. Eighty-Six the Endo

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On Eighty-Six the Endo, Melissa Velasco provides tools, education, and resources related to endometriosis, so that you can feel empowered to advocate for yourself and advocate for proper care.

As a nurse and Endo Warrior, Melissa has seen and experienced the many things that lead to barriers in getting effective endometriosis care.

Her mission is to provide people with research-based education, while also showing the raw reality of what it means to have endometriosis. If you have endometriosis or think you have endometriosis, check out her story here.

6. The Fertility Tribe

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Krysten started one of the most popular endometriosis blogs, The Fertility Tribe, to help other women like her navigate the confusing and isolating world of fertility treatments. Her goal was to create a space where others could turn to for stories, resources, and support along the way.

The Fertility Tribe is a blog & lifestyle brand redefining fertility, empowering womxn with inspiring stories, a community of support, and expert resources to guide them on their unique journeys to motherhood.

You can find TONS of valuable information and real-life stories from women experiencing infertility and endometriosis, as well as helpful tips for surrogacy and IVF.

You can view all of her posts on endometriosis here.

7. Endo-Resolved

Carolyn Levett is the founder of endo-resolved. She’s an Integrative Health Coach and has studied nutrition, naturopathy, aromatherapy, as well as being a published author. She used to suffer from severe endometriosis but was able to regain her health and heal from the disease with the support of nutrition and natural therapies.

Her motivation is to help other women with endometriosis to heal their bodies so they may overcome the awful disease without having to rely on toxic drugs and surgeries which can cause further damage.

You can read more of her story here.

8. All Things Endometriosis

Shruti Chopra has been an endometriosis patient for 25 years and created a space where she could share her experiences with endometriosis and other conditions like adenomyosis, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and fibromyalgia.

She not only shares her various difficulties as a patient, but what she’s tried to do about it, including what worked and what didn’t.

You can read more of her story here.


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Julia was diagnosed with Stage I Endometriosis at the age of 17, but has struggled with Endo symptoms since July of 2015.

Despite experiencing pain, nausea, and fatigue daily due to Endo, she’s learned a lot about how to live your best life despite endometriosis and is now blogging to help others do the same.

On The Endo Girl Blog, you can find advice on everything from daily life to special occasions, and, of course, personal stories about where she teaches readers what she’s learned from being an endo warrior!

You can read more of her story here.

10. by Deze

In the blog, by Deze, Deze shares her TTC Journey & the lessons she’s learned from recurrent pregnancy loss and endometriosis. She provides tips on how to thrive and still be in love with life despite difficulties.

On her blog, readers can follow along with her Fertility Journey, as well as find endometriosis resources, like support groups and surgery info.

If you’re looking for healing, growth, purpose & beauty, you can read more of her story here.

11. This EndoLife

Jessica is a certified women’s health coach specializing in endometriosis and small intestine bacterial overgrowth. She’s also a writer, podcaster and endo/SIBO warrior empowering others to live and thrive with endometriosis.

On her blog, This EndoLife, she shares information, resources and personal experiences on managing endometriosis through a holistic approach.

Visit her blog to get support to reduce pain, overcome fatigue and beat the endo belly. You can get tips on her top-rated podcast, her private Facebook group, Instagram or her one-to-one coaching program, Owning Your EndoLife.


Laura Chamberlain is a writer who had to give up her career as a journalist when she became ill with ME. She worked for three years in HR journalism (and even won a “best HR journalist newcomer” award). But now, unable to work, she is very slowly writing a novel instead. While she can only write for a maximum of 20 minutes a day, it keeps her sane and is gradually taking her towards fulfilling a life-long dream.

Laura also has the following diagnoses and may occasionally blog about them too: Lyme disease, Endometriosis, Fibromyalgia, hypothyroidism, pernicious anemia, Raynaud’s syndrome, hypermobility & a “tendency to POTs”.

On her blog, Laura’s Pen, she shares her experiences of living with chronic illness with the rest of the world.

You can view all of her posts on Endometriosis here.

13. Life on The Paige

Courtney started Life on the Paige to help women struggling with their health understand that it’s okay to not agree with their doctors or be like other moms. 

After years of experience with health and mom struggles, she wants to share those stories in the hope they can help others.

Her blog contains years of puzzle pieces that she’s put together and hopes that she can help you find your missing puzzle, too.

She struggles with chronic headaches, Hashimoto’s, infertility, endometriosis, and much more.

You can view all of her posts on Endometriosis here.

14. The Less than Domestic Goddess

Carly is a blogger living outside of Seattle with her husband and four-year-old daughter, Kaia.

She originally started blogging back in 2008 while planning her wedding. She quickly fell in love with writing, connecting to an audience, and being a part of the blogging community.

After her wedding, she continued blogging and the topics moved to the heartache, confusion, and struggle that comes from facing issues like infertility, chronic health issues, and anxiety and depression. She has since blogged about her fertility struggles, two IVF cycles, and the eventual birth of her daughter in 2014.

What started as a blog about her daily life has turned into a passion to share what has moved her through endometriosis, infertility, and Hashimoto’s and mental health issues.

You can view all of her posts on her fertility journey here.

15. Holistically Lizzie

Lizzie is a Holistic Health & Nutrition Coach, Certified Personal Trainer & health-obsessed Yogi Mum.

On her blog, Holistically Lizzie, she talks about how she was able to heal her body from endometriosis and get pregnant naturally twice.

After committing to a healthier lifestyle which included transitioning to a vegan diet, eliminating toxic household products and reducing stress, Lizzie was able to conceive naturally and quickly. (She got pregnant after only 1 month of trying!)

You can see more of her story here.

Final Thoughts on 15 Stellar Endometriosis Blogs You Should Be Following in 2021

I hope you found this list of endometriosis blogs helpful! These women have put so much of themselves out for the world to know. They are doing truly remarkable work, and I’m sure you’ll find so much value in their work!

Are there any endometriosis blogs that I missed? Tell me in the comments below!
Allie Schmidt
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Allie Schmidt is a rare disease advocate and disabled mom living with motor neuron disease. She founded Disability Dame in 2020 to provide tips to other moms living with disabilities and chronic illnesses.

In her spare time, you can find her traveling with her husband (she's been to 38 states and 16 countries!), watching reruns of Survivor, or tending to her near-constant sunburn from spending too much time outside. You can follow her adventures here.

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