By Emma Pritchard, Women´sHealth

Combined, these conditions affect around 5 million women in the UK. Here’s how to tell them apart – and safeguard your fertility

Chances are, if you’re reading this, it’s because you’ve been showcasing some of the symptoms of endometriosis and PCOS – think irregular periods, fatigue and depression. Maybe you’ve also got pelvic pain or acne. But which symptoms refer to what? And what do they mean for you?

Hang on a moment; who really cares about the endometriosis and PCOS symptoms when you’ve heard that both conditions cause infertility – right? Wrong. Be assured that if you do have one of these conditions, it does not have to stand in your way of getting pregnant. Especially not if we can help.

So, endometriosis vs PCOS – what’s the difference, once and for all?

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