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Endometriosis Matters

We surveyed more than 2,000 people living with the condition and the results are in. This is what it's really like to live with endometriosis.

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What is endo belly and why does it happen?

We share vital information about an often poorly understood symptom of endometriosis – endo belly. Endo belly refers to the painful bloating that women with endometriosis may experience. 

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The difference between endometriosis and adenomyosis

There are many similarities between endometriosis and adenomyosis, the biggest one being that they are both endometrial conditions that wreak havoc on women's lives. However, these conditions are different. 

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5 things you need to know about ovarian cysts

An ovarian cyst is a fluid-filled sac that can develop on your ovaries. Up to 10% of women in the UK will undergo surgery to remove an ovarian cyst. We look at the top things you need to know about ovarian cysts. 

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What it’s like to have radical surgery for endometriosis

What does radical endometriosis surgery entail, and when is it the right course of action? We speak to a specialist surgeon as well as one of his patients.

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7 great at-home workouts

Not quite ready to head back to the gym? We share seven types of exercise you can do from the comfort of your living room. From yoga to HIIT, barre to cardio.

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Living with endometriosis: Hannah

It took years for Hannah Calvert to be diagnosed with endometriosis, but she has since had life-changing surgery and gone on to have her first child.

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Endometriosis Matters

Learn more about endometriosis, with informative articles, consultant advice and moving personal stories from women living with the condition.

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What to expect when you're recovering from ovarian cancer surgery

Knowing what to expect after your ovarian cancer procedure will help you to prepare. Here’s what you need to know about recovering from surgery.

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Living with endometriosis: Keisha

Living in pain made Keisha Meek feel like she didn’t have a future. She shares the moving story of how she found strength by connecting with other sufferers.

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Endometriosis Surgery Q&A

Consultant gynaecologist Mr Ahmad Sayasneh answers common questions about how the condition is treated with surgery.

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Living with endometriosis: Sandi’s story

Sandi Monger experienced a variety of very difficult symptoms for six years before being diagnosed with endometriosis. She shares her story.

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Endometriosis questions answered by a specialist

We ask a consultant for advice on endometriosis, including the different stages and the need for personalised treatment plans for every patient.

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Living with endometriosis: Amanda’s story

From pain and fertility problems to psychological challenges, endometriosis has impacted every aspect of Amanda Ward’s life.

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Living with endometriosis: Cassie’s story

For Cassie Lomas, living with endometriosis has been a long and painful journey that’s affected everything from her mental health to her fertility.

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Living with endometriosis: Laura’s story

Laura Connelly lived with chronic pain for years before being diagnosed with endometriosis. Three years after her first surgery, she shares her story.

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Endometriosis: why is it so hard to diagnose?

Endometriosis is a common condition that can cause chronic pain, fatigue and even infertility. So why does it take on average 7.5 years to get a diagnosis?

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Living with endometriosis: Antonia’s story

Antonia shares her story of living with endometriosis, from her struggle to get a diagnosis to her decision to have life-changing surgery.

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How to take care of yourself during the menopause

We speak to a consultant gynaecologist about self-care and staying healthy for women who are experiencing the menopause.

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Is it endometriosis or something else?

A video guide to the symptoms of endometriosis and other conditions it can be mistaken for, with Consultant Gynaecologist Zoe Woodward.

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Hysterectomy: Your questions answered

Are you considering a hysterectomy? Find out about the procedure and side effects and what to expect from your recovery. 

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Why getting a smear test could save your life

Don’t put off your cervical screening. Having regular smear tests can reduce your risk of developing cervical cancer, potentially saving your life.

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Beating bunions: Your questions answered

Are you in pain from bunions and considering surgery? Consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon Mr Adam Ajis shares his advice.

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