Endometriosis Foundation of America: An Online Patient Community
Learn from a Patient Advocate This Adenomyosis Awareness Month

Patient advocate and journalist Rosy Murch has been on a mission to raise awareness about adenomyosis ever since being diagnosed herself. In this special episode, Rosy sits down with EndoTV host Diana Falzone to discuss adenomyosis advocacy, diagnosis, and her own journey. To learn more about adenomyosis, please check out some of our previous articles: What You Need to Know About Adenomyosis by Eloise Barry, Dr. Tamer Seckin's letter on the difference between adenomysosis and endometriosis, and Alison Vick's story, "Invisible Cousins," on her journey with both adenomyosis and endometriosis. 

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How to Be Your Best Advocate: Former U.S. Rep. Abby Finkenauer

For our final Q&A in partnership with MyEndometriosisTeam, we're delighted to share a conversation between former U.S. Rep. and EndoFound ambassador Abby Finkenauer and MyEndometriosisTeam co-founder Mary Ray. Finkenauer shares inspiring information about her endometriosis symptoms and how she pushes through her endometriosis pain, while also offering sterling advice for people to be their own advocates based on experiences throughout her life, both personal and professional.

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Introducing Volleyball Star & Endo Warrior Madison Rigdon

Through Athletes Unlimited, professional athletes have the opportunity to play their season in part for the benefit of the nonprofit organization of their choice. We’re delighted to introduce you to volleyball star Madison Rigdon, whose story, similar to the 200 million women worldwide who have endometriosis, is one of perseverance, determination, and most importantly, strength. “I chose to play for EndoFound this season because I feel as though endometriosis is not widely known,” Madison says, “and yet 1 in 10 women have it. They may not even know they have it.” Support Madison’s fight against endometriosis on and off the volleyball court today!

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A Triumph in Fertility: Amanda’s Endo Story

In powerful and candid writing, Amanda shares how her endometriosis made conceiving incredibly difficult; but while Amanda and her partner didn’t think they’d be able to have biological children, they now have three. “Seeing my little embryo for the first time,” Amanda writes,” my little peanut, I couldn't stop crying.” Now, Amanda’s fundraising to improve the life of other endometriosis patients—and you can, too!

Amanda's Story
100 Newsletters! Share Your Feedback On What You'd Like to See More Of

We launched our weekly newsletters at the beginning of the pandemic in order to provide people with endometriosis support, information, and community in an unprecedented and uncertain time. Our goal continues to be creating a space for the community to learn more about endometriosis, share critical information about pain management tips, and to share endometriosis stories from fellow warriors. Like what we’re doing, or have feedback for us? We welcome you to let us know by taking this quick survey. We’d love to know what else we should cover so we can provide you with the information and support you deserve.

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