Living with Endometriosis

The month of March marks Endometriosis Awareness Month, a movement dedicated to raising worldwide awareness of this often debilitating disease affecting 1 in 10 women. 

Here we share the stories of women living with endometriosis.

  • Living with Endometriosis - Two Years in the Life: Tamar
  • Living with Endometriosis – Two Years in the Life: Keely
  • Living with Endometriosis - An Ongoing Journey: Amy
  • Living with Endometriosis - Two years in the life: Aimee
  • Living with Endometriosis - Two Years in the life: Maddi

To find out more information about endometriosis visit Endometriosis Australia or EndoActive.

Endometriosis can be difficult to diagnose and has a wide range of possible symptoms. If you think you may be  suffering from endo visit your GP. There are heaps of great gynecologists working in both the public and private healthcare systems who they will be able to refer you to.

Don’t forget how important it is to get regular pap smears and sexual health checks.

Endometriosis Australia is a nationally accredited charity that endeavours to increase recognition of endometriosis, provide endometriosis education programs, and provide funding for endometriosis research.