Endometriosis

Welcome to our comprehensive resource on endometriosis, a condition that affects many women around the world. Endometriosis occurs when tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the womb, leading to a range of symptoms. Common signs include pelvic pain, painful periods, pain during intercourse, and fertility issues.

Endometriosis specialists understand the complexities of this condition. They offer personalised care and advanced treatment options to help manage symptoms and improve the quality of life for individuals dealing with endometriosis. If you are seeking an endometriosis specialist committed to your well-being, search our practitioners below.

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Endozone

EndoZone is an evidence-based website created in collaboration with individuals impacted by endometriosis, funded by the Australian Government and Jean Hailes for Women’s Health. Developed by researchers, health experts, and endometriosis associations, it utilizes a research-led algorithm to tailor information and support to users' needs.
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Endometriosis Australia

Endometriosis Australia is a leading charity focused on awareness, education, and research for endometriosis, significantly reducing diagnosis time and advocating for improved care since 2012. Their efforts include producing resources such as their podcast and fact sheets, fundraising for research, and collaborating with medical experts to empower patients and advance understanding and treatment of the condition.
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PPEP Talk

PPEP Talk® is an engaging and informative program designed to educate students, particularly those experiencing severe period pain, about the neuroscience of pain and the risk of developing conditions like endometriosis. Delivered by trained educators with interactive elements, the one-hour session provides resources for both in-class discussion and further support at home, aiming to address the priority of education and awareness outlined in the National Action Plan for Endometriosis while promoting early intervention and support for students' health and wellbeing.