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Announcing EndoFound’s First Webinar

Announcing EndoFound’s First Webinar

Join EndoFound as they launch their new Webinar series hosted by veteran journalists Sabrina Korber and Dina Gusovky. This Sunday, Korber and Dr. Tamer Seckin, Cofounder of EndoFound, will discuss the latest information on endometriosis and CVOID-19. The series will be every two weeks on Sunday at 2pm (EST) and

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Management of Chronic Pelvic Pain

Guest Blog Post by Mandy Klumpkens Endometriosis is a complicated whole body disease. Chronic pelvic pain is always present but may vary in intensity over time. Pelvic pain, including the ‘killer cramps’, may occur out of nowhere and can last for a certain period of time. On the other hand

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Called Upon the Endo Belly

This article was originally posted on No, Thanks Endo, a website created by Maya Rodda. She has given us permission to republish it on our blog. Check out Maya’s website or follow her on Instagram! If you have endometriosis, you have most likely heard the term “endo belly”. And if you

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Endometriosis – Quality of Life and Psychosocial Distress

Guest Blog Post by Mandy Klumpkens When our brain is tired of coping with too many things at once, psychological distress often comes with feelings of vulnerability and fear that eventually can become disabling. Symptoms that are linked to this mechanism are depression, anxiety, extensive worrying or social isolation. However,

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Tips For Your First Endometriosis Laparoscopy

Having your first laparoscopy is scary. For one, this is going to be where you find out if you have endometriosis or not. And two, if you haven’t had surgery before it can be nerve-wracking. I mean hell, even if you have had surgery it’s always scary. I’ve had 4 laparoscopies for Endometriosis so far, yet I’m always a little nervous. That’s why I’ve come up with this checklist to help other women know what to expect on surgery day, what to bring with them, and what to do afterward at home and at post-op.

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2020 EndoMarch Heroes of the Year

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2020 EndoMarch Hero of the Year Award: Dr. Sandra A. Carson (US) and Yasaman “Yassi” Miremadi (International)! Both recipients will receive their award at the 7th Annual Worldwide EndoMarch on March 28th, 2020.

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In Loving Memory of Elise Elizabeth Travers

It is with profound sorrow that we announce the passing of Elise Elizabeth Travers, noted philanthropist, endometriosis advocate and Board Member of Worldwide EndoMarch and Worldwide Endometriosis Day. She also served as President of the New York chapter of Worldwide EndoMarch. Ms. Travers passed away peacefully on September 4, 2019 after an extended illness.

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2019 Endo Activists of the Year (USA)

We’d like to congratulate this year’s fabulous line up of Worldwide EndoMarch and Nezhat Family Foundation award recipients, all of whom are inspirational leaders in the endometriosis advocacy community, who have gone above and beyond to support endometriosis sufferers and Worldwide EndoMarch awareness efforts. The dedication and compassion this year’s award recipients have shown to those suffering from endometriosis has made a lasting positive impact and no doubt each of these trailblazers will continue to soar as shining examples of the best and brightest in the field of patient advocacy.

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Premed Students Nominated for Advocacy Award

Premedical students from San Jose State University, UC Berkeley, and UCLA , were recently chosen as the 2019 recipients of the Worldwide EndoMarch’s Women’s Health Leaders of the Future award, for their outstanding contributions in patient advocacy as volunteers for the Worldwide EndoMarch.

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