Endometriosis Foundation of America: ‚ÄčAn Online Patient Community
All Your Endo Q’s Answered: Introducing Ask the Doctors
EndoTV

During patient and medical conferences in the past few years, the endo community had so many critical questions to the featured doctors and experts. Now, we’ll finally be able to answer them all. "Ask the Doctors," hosted and executive produced by EndoTV and EndoFound ambassador Diana Falzone, is a direct response to the thousands of questions that the endo community has asked us at the patient and medical conferences. Each episode features a respected medical practitioner to offer their expert insight and tackles a different medical topic related to endometriosis. The debut episode is now live and features well-known clinical psychologist Dr. Chloe Carmichael, who discusses managing anxiety and stress while living with a chronic illness. Have a question? Use this form to have it answered on the show!

Ask the Doctors
An Online Social Community for Endo Patients
Endofound Shop

We’re excited to announce MyEndometriosisTeam as EndoFound’s official online community for patients. More than 115,000 individuals living with endometriosis have already joined MyEndometriosisTeam to find the people, support and information they need to better manage their condition. Together, we will engage and educate endometriosis patients through joint content development, physician interviews and live Q&A, and community events.

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“I am tired, but I am driven”: Morgan’s Endo Story
Endofound Shop

With a powerful voice, Morgan Babcock shares how she was misdiagnosed for years, and even told by doctors that she was having “too much sex,” before she finally recieved her endometriosis diagnosis. “I’m now 27 and just had my fourth surgery,” Morgan writes. “I have no uterus, no ovaries. I am not hopeful, but I am grateful. I am tired, but I am driven.” Thank you, Morgan, for sharing your story.

Morgan’s Story
Job Alert! Join EndoFound’s Staff
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We’re seeking a highly skilled, experienced and results-oriented development professional for the role of Director of Development! Reporting to the Executive Director and working closely with the EndoFound staff, this newly created position will provide strategic leadership in building relationships, identifying, cultivating and soliciting individuals, corporations and foundations to grow unrestricted support for EndoFound, while promoting opportunities for targeted funding for select programs and initiatives.

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Raise Endo Awareness at the Beach!
Endofound Shop

Get ready for summer in brand-new EndoFound gear! Wearing your awareness can not only make you feel empowered but also spread the word about the disease. Raise awareness all summer long with our yellow WARRIOR awareness towel—perfect for the beach, pool, or picnic.

Shop Endo Awareness

Calling all June birthdays! Donate your birthday to improve the future of endometriosis care.
Click here to set up your Facebook birthday fundraiser. Plus, if your birthday fundraiser raises $200 or more we'll provide a special thank you gift for YOU - $15 towards any purchase in the Endo Shop. Every $10 will provide critical endometriosis education materials for one student and their family, reducing delays in diagnosis.

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