Join The Endometriosis Foundation of America's Effort to “UpEndo”…
Bernadette Higgins was 12 years old when she got her first period. It was the beginning of a nightmare. “I thought it was cool when I…
Michela Bedard hears one consistent story in her work: those living in poverty need to decide what essential goods to buy each month, and menstrual…
This could lead to new interventions and treatments for the disease
Unlike with other diseases, the codes hadn’t been updated in more than 40 years
This week is National Infertility Awareness Week, founded in 1989 to educate the public, dispel myths, and influence lawmakers to create policies…
Deniz Kocas is a clinical psychology Ph.D. student at The New School for Social Research in New York City. For the next 18 months, she will…
15 – 17 June 2023
25 – 28 June 2023
Reframing endometriosis: power, politics, and potential futures
6 – 7 July 2023
Birmingham, United Kingdom
How endometriosis disrupts women's lives: "Please just let me make it through today"
When Barden found out she had endometriosis, she said she was grateful to get a diagnosis. "In my gut, I knew," she said. "I said, 'once we figure out the underlying cause, I will get pregnant.'"
The lack of obvious symptoms can cloud diagnosis, lead to fertility problems.
One woman revealed she had 12 endometriosis-related surgeries to date