When Doctors Don’t Get It

In ‘Ask Me About My Uterus,’ Abby Norman recounts her (and other women’s) harrowing battles with endometriosis.

“As sudden as a thunderclap,” writes Abby Norman. “A stabbing pain in my middle,” an “unseen assailant’s invisible knife.” In “Ask Me About My Uterus,” Norman recounts her (and other women’s) agonizing battles with endometriosis, a poorly understood pelvic disorder that plagues at least one woman in 10. (Visual: )

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