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The 13th Annual Endometriosis Medical Symposium: Pelvic & Thoracic

Thank you for tuning into our three days of the Patient Conference! We hope each session was as useful and informative as possible in your journey towards seeking effective treatment and managing the disease. Don’t miss out on the final event: we’re delighted to close out Endometriosis Awareness Week with the 13th Annual Endometriosis Medical Symposium, which brings together the leading endometriosis experts to discuss cutting-edge endometriosis research, treatments, and advances around the world. This year's conference will be held on March 27th (9AM - 3PM EST) and will focus on extrapelvic endometriosis, including thoracic endometriosis. Browse the schedule and register to learn from the experts today.

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Post-Conference Q&A: Deeper Debilitating Pain

To make sure your questions are answered, we’ve teamed up with MyEndometriosisTeam to provide post-conference Q&As with endometriosis experts. Dr. Tamer Seckin covered the reasons behind why endometriosis is so misdiagnosed, details from the decades of endometriosis surgery he’s performed, and how important it is to seek a second doctor if your pain is dismissed.

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Comorbidities of Migraines & Endometriosis

Is there a link between migraines and endometriosis? The Association of Migraine Disorders recently published an informative piece on everything you need to know about the relationship between migraines and endo, both of which, studies have found, are frequently intensified by menstruation. Medically reviewed by our Scientific and Medical Director Dr. Dan Martin, this article details the critical information behind menstrual headaches.

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Spotlight on Patient Advocacy: Angelique Hill

Since Angelique’s endometriosis diagnosis, she’s been hard at work advocating for the disease and educating others about proper management and treatment—an experience that gives her the strength to keep fighting for herself, too. That’s why she wrote an informative and supportive guidebook, For You, Endo Warrior: A Guide for People of Color Living With Endometriosis. “Though I want to reach endometriosis patients of all races, cultures, ethnicities,” Angelique says, “I wanted to focus on people of color with this guide since they are less likely to be diagnosed.”

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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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