Endometriosis Foundation of America: An Online Patient Community
Thanks to you, we’re making a difference for endometriosis patients

Thanks to your incredible generosity, we exceeded our fundraising goal, and Northwell Health matched it with $50,000. Your donation will go to work immediately providing disease advocacy and awareness, funding landmark endometriosis research, and educating the next generation of medical professionals and their patients. Your generous support of EndoFound means we can continue fighting for people with endometriosis. Fighting for more research. Fighting for easier diagnosis. Fighting for better treatments. YOU give people with endometriosis a fighting chance. Thank you.

Start 2022 by Making a Stand Against Endo
PCOS: Everything You Need to Know

Do you know the signs and symptoms of PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)? Registered dietician and women’s health expert Cory Ruth joins Diana Falzone on EndoTV to share everything you should look out for.

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Now in Spanish: The Connection between Pelvic Pain & Childhood Trauma

In December, medical student Stephanie Moss penned a powerful essay about how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) impact physical health and her own endometriosis diagnosis. She’s now translated her essay into Spanish, to ensure that her story is more accessible. Share it with a friend or family member today!

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Julie Anderson Muniz’s Endo Story

When Julie went to the emergency room due to a mass the size of a grapefruit on her right ovary, her doctor diagnosed her with ovarian cancer. It wasn’t until her laparoscopic hysterectomy that she was finally diagnosed with endometriosis. “Throughout the years I have been diagnosed with numerous medical problems including type 2 diabetes, a spastic bladder, irritable bowel syndrome, and diverticulitis,” Julie explains. “Never once was endometriosis considered to be the problem.”

Julie's Story
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Start the year off with some new gear from The EndoFound Shop! Each time you rock your endo gear, you make at least one more person aware of this debilitating disease that affects so many people. Plus, you’ll be supporting our endometriosis programs, which increase advocacy, research, education, and awareness about the disease.

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