Endometriosis Foundation of America: An Online Patient Community
With Nearly 1K Participants, EndoFound’s Conference is in Full Swing

We hope you were able to join us last Sunday, as Dr. Goldstein hosted the first Patient Day session on infertility and endometriosis. The session covered a wide range of topics including silent endometriosis, egg freezing, acupuncture with infertility, as well as Jessica Murnane on adoption by choice, and we’re thrilled to have shared this critical information with nearly 1K live participants across our platforms. Next up: Peritoneal Endometriosis & Pain, hosted by Dr. Dan Martin this Sunday, March 13th, from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (EST). Be sure to join early, at 9:30 AM, to participate in our pre-conference networking lobby to ask any quetstions or meet with your fellow endowarriors. 

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Post-Session Q&A with Our Experts

This month is about having your questions answered, and MyEndometriosisTeam is helping us provide post-conference Q&As with endometriosis experts. Missed Dr. Karli Goldstein’s post-conference Q&A on Instagram Live? You can watch it here today. And be sure to save the date for this week’s post-conference Q&A on Monday, March 14th at 7PM (EST), hosted by Dr. Dan Martin.

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Hear from an Endo Expert: An Interview with Dr. Seckin

Dr. Tamer Seckin, co-founder of EndoFound, joins Georgie Kovacs on Fempower Health’s podcast to discuss everything you need to know about endometriosis. From finding the right surgeon to what you need to know about fertility, Dr. Seckin shares his expertise as well as his experience of how he began specializing exclusively in endometriosis almost two decades ago. “One of the most common causes of repeat surgery,” Dr. Seckin says, “is incomplete surgery.”

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Advocacy Updates: Policy Recommendations in CT

This special episode of EndoTV features the latest session of the Endometriosis Working Group, hosted by Rep. Jillian Gilcrest. The group is prioritizing endometriosis in Connecticut, and just this week, the "An Act Concerning Continuing Medical Education Requirements Concerning Endometriosis and Cultural Competency and Creation of a Plan for and Endometriosis Data and BioRepository Program," bill was introduced (which you can read here). Next week, EndoFound will be announcing ways to support this bill, and endometriosis legislation in New Jersey, too.

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Healing Mind & Body Inflammation: Ali’s Endo Story

In a powerful and inspiring endo story, Ali Ramos shares how she allowed her body and mind to heal. “I had to actively choose to believe that my body wanted my soul to exist in it,” Ali writes. “It was never about the autoimmune system attacking itself, it was always about connecting to the body’s needs and deeply listening.”

Ali's Story
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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