Within recent times there seems to be a worldwide proliferation in endometriosis awareness year round with intensified activities concentrated in the month of March. March is recognized as Endometriosis Awareness Month in a number of countries around the world. Among all the awareness and education initiatives, the impact of endometriosis patients’ stories seems profound. Recognising this, endometriosis patients take to almost any available platform to share their experiences with the disease. Inarguably, hearing these experiences will usually form a lump in one’s throat and bring tears to his/her eyes. While the symptoms of the disease are wide-ranging, pain seems to be very commonly experienced by most patients: painful period, painful sex, painful urination, chronic pelvic pain, back pain, leg pain, painful bowel movement, migranes, and the list goes on.