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Endometriosis sufferers long blamed

A medical review of history dating back about 4,000 years has found evidence of women being subjected to torturous treatments involving leeches, bloodletting, hot douches, being hung upside down, and even accused of demonic possession and killed – all for their inability to overcome intense pain in their pelvic area.

In ancient times, women were thought to have an “angry uterus” or to be experiencing “suffocation of the womb.” Even the famed philosopher Plato, born in Athens around 427 B.C., mentioned the extreme distress that women experienced. More…