Endometriosis Foundation of America: An Online Patient Community
Making Every Month Endometriosis Awareness Month: A Message from Dr. Seckin

Endometriosis Awareness Month is officially here! And as Dr. Tamer Seckin, cofounder of EndoFound, says in his welcome video for our March conferences, if only every month were Endometriosis Awareness Month. But that’s why we’re here, advocating for our mission to increase disease awareness, advance research, and continue educating patients, supporters, physicians, and the general public about this disease that is still mistreated, misdiagnosed, and little known. Register for our virtual conference today. Four weekends, starting this Sunday (3/6) from 10 AM - 1 PM (ET), where your host, Dr. Karli Goldstein, will guide you through an informative and supportive day that focuses on infertility and endometriosis.

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Announcing EndoAlly: Make a Critical Difference for Endo Warriors Everywhere

We’re thrilled to announce our new program: EndoAlly. EndoAlly is a grassroots and community-focused way to make a difference across the country. Have you been looking for a way to support our mission and work together towards better treatment, increased awareness, and research that will get us closer? EndoAlly is here to give you all the tools you need to jumpstart your fundraising efforts, including fundraising kits with tips and tricks and so much more. All it takes is passion and dedication to empower those impacted by endometriosis! Start an online fundraiser, create an event, donate your birthday, raise awareness in your local community… become an EndoAlly today!

Become An EndoAlly
How I Fundraised for Endo by Running the Rock ‘n’ Roll 5K

New to fundraising for endometriosis? Linsey Peters, who ran the Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon in 2018 after being diagnosed with endometriosis, shares her inspiring experience: why she chose to raise critical funds for EndoFound, how to set up your own fundraiser, and why she threw a birthday party that helped her surpass her fundraising goal. Plus, she details the experience of running a 5K as an endo patient. Get the inspiration and information you need to set up your own fundraiser today!

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Hear from an Endo Expert: Dr. Dan Martin on Proper Diagnosis & Treatments at Home

.Dr. Dan Martin, the Scientific and Medical Director for EndoFound, joins Georgie Kovaks on Fempower Health’s podcast to discuss endometriosis, adenomyosis, fibroids, and how to be properly diagnosed. In a highly informative conversation, Dr. Martin also delves into what treatments you can do at home and when it’s time to see a doctor.

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Wear Your Endo Awareness This March

The EndoFound Shop has brand new arrivals for you to wear your awareness this Endometriosis Awareness Month—and every month. Shop hoodies, caps, plus new Support Squad tees for adults and kids! For you, or for a friend who’s going through it, too.

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Thank you to all our supporters who use Amazon Smile each time they shop! Haven’t selected a charity on Amazon yet? You can contribute to advancing cutting-edge endometriosis research and advocating for endo legislation by selecting EndoFound as your charity on Amazon Smile. EndoFound receives a .5% donation from all qualifying purchases and it's so easy! You must shop at smile.amazon.com to donate (bookmark the link here!).

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