LIVING WITH ENDOMETRIOSIS
MANAGING PAIN FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS
Eating for Endometriosis
MOVEMENT FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS
WHAT IS ENDOMETRIOSIS?
Endometriosis is one of the most common gynaecological causes of chronic pelvic pain, affecting one in nine Australian women by age 44.
ENDOMETRIOSIS: THE FACTS
Little is known about what causes the gynaecological disease, endometriosis. We explain what it is, question why it can be hard to get a diagnosis and suggest what might reduce painful symptoms.
COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS OF ENDOMETRIOSIS
Endometriosis comes laden with its fair share of old wives’ tales and distinguishing between fact and myth can be challenging. We cut through to the latest thinking.
THE 7 MAIN SIGNS OF ENDOMETRIOSIS
Endometriosis can take several years to diagnose. Here are the main signs you might have this chronic condition.
COULD I HAVE ENDOMETRIOSIS? SIGNS, SYMPTOMS AND WHAT TO DO NEXT
Severely painful periods, gastrointestinal problems, and pain during sex are among the most common endometriosis signs and symptoms.
ENDOMETRIOSIS DIAGNOSIS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Despite being a common condition, an endometriosis diagnosis can take years. But new research initiatives and growing public awareness are giving hope to Aussie women living with the condition.
ENDOMETRIOSIS TREATMENT: WHAT ARE YOUR OPTIONS?
Finding the right endometriosis treatment and reducing the often-painful symptoms is a journey, say these experts.
If you need surgery for endometriosis, here’s how to prepare and what to expect.
Getting pregnant with endometriosis
Many women with endometriosis are able to conceive, and help is on hand for those navigating endometriosis and fertility.
ENDOMETRIOSIS VS PCOS: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
The symptoms of endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) often overlap – both can impact your period and fertility. But they’re two very distinct conditions.