Pain with endometriosis is usually chronic. They can get worse on the eve and during menstruation. The pain may become less intense during pregnancy and sometimes even go away on its own without any treatment.
Many women may not have any endometriosis at all for many years or even throughout their lives.
Many of the above symptoms are not specific and are found in many other diseases, so sometimes the diagnosis of endometriosis is quite difficult and requires a long and thorough diagnostic search.