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Spotlight: Endometriosis Awareness Month

Spotlight: Endometriosis Awareness Month

In honor of endometriosis awareness month, we’re celebrating all month long! This month, we’ll be focusing on sharing personal stories, correcting myths and misconceptions, and sharing resources to help those of you living with endometriosis.

We’d love to hear from you as well – here are a few ways to get involved:
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Change your profile picture and cover image!

One of the easiest ways to spread awareness is to update your profile picture and cover image on social media!

Facebook Frame

Add our custom frame to your current Facebook profile picture by clicking HERE and following the instructions provided!
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Add to the forum

Chat with others about challenges and tips for living with endometriosis:
Visit our Forums

Help to spread awareness

What do you wish people knew about your journey with endo? Share your story

Ask a question

We’re here for you, ask us anything!
Ask a question
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Connect socially

Follow us on Twitter and Instagram or like us on Facebook to stay up to date all month long. We’ll be sharing statistics, stories, and more that you can share with your networks!

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Enter our giveaway!

During endometriosis awareness month, we are teaming up with Kali Subscription Boxes to give TWO winners the gift of high quality organic menstrual products, delivered right to your door! These organic products are 100% organic cotton, and have not been exposed to pesticides, dyes, fragrances, or toxins. They’re made with 100% hypoallergenic, certified organic cotton. They contain no chemicals, synthetic fibers, chlorine bleach, dioxins, or dyes! Click HERE to enter!

Check out these articles related to awareness:

Not Just “Bad Periods” – Results from the 2018 Endometriosis In America Survey
Endometriosis impacts physical and mental health, as well as overall well-being. Symptoms can occur frequently and be severe, and many women have to wait years to receive a diagnosis. We conducted a survey…

5 Reasons You Need to Be An Informed Patient
New information and treatment options for endometriosis are discovered every day. With all of the ever-changing data, it is more important than ever that we be informed. As a patient…

How Endometriosis Taught Me to Stand Up for My Needs
For most of my life, I wasn’t exactly what you’d call “assertive” about my medical care. In fact, I’d say I was downright passive about it. As a patient, I’d let my healthcare professionals lead our conversations…

Raising Awareness of Endometriosis in the Male Population
One could easily believe that endometriosis is finally taking its rightful place as one of the most important health issues of the 21st century.But there is a problem to overcome first – Men are poorly educated about women’s health…

Downloadable Guide: 6 Signs You May Have Endometriosis
While 1 in 10 women will be diagnosed with endometriosis, most people do not know the symptoms of this common condition. Endometriosis is much more than “just bad periods”, and its symptoms can be frequent, debilitating, and impact every aspect of life…