We have free publications, factsheets and leaflets to help women and those asssigned female at birth with endometriosis, their families, and people who want to learn more about the condition.
Our publications are free to download. You can help us continue to provide free information and support to people affected by endometriosis by donating today.
Read an overview on the legal situation when it comes to managing someone with endometriosis at work.
This questionnaire is designed to help you prepare for your medical appointment with a specialist.
For women who want to find out more about having a endometriosis on the bladder, along with symptoms, how it is diagnosed and treatment options.
This leaflet is for women who want to find out more about having a endometriosis on the bowel, along with how it is diagnosed and treatment options.
A report of the survey conducted by Endometriosis UK to identify the average number of years it takes women in the UK to be diagnosed with endometriosis.
This information pack covers endometriosis and fertility. It provides information for women who have been diagnosed with endometriosis who would like to know if and how this can affect their fertility.
For women who are considering different treatment options for their endometriosis. It covers the different types of surgery, hormone therapy and pain management, among others.
This leaflet is intended to help women who have been experiencing symptoms of endometriosis prepare for an appointment with their doctor or specialist.
This leaflet covers laparoscopic surgery for endometriosis. It provides information for women who have been
offered or are considering laparoscopic surgery for the treatment of endometriosis.
This information pack is for women who want to find out more about having a hysterectomy, along with the risks and what to expect after the operation.
This chart and diary is designed to help you prepare for your medical appointments.
Learn more about endometriosis from the fact sheet published by the Royal College of Nursing.
Download our Facebook cover photo and display on your own profile to show your support for the campaign.
Download poster of our "It's OK to Talk. Period" campaign and share it on Facebook and Twitter.
Download our special Twitter background to display on your own profile and raise awareness of endometriosis
Download our image showing how many women suffer from endometriosis and share it on social media.
Is this normal? About my periods - For printing
This leaflet contains everything a teenager should know about her periods, including how to cope with cope with painful periods and when you should see a doctor. This version is designed for printing.
Is this normal? About my periods - For reading
This leaflet contains everything a teenager should know about her periods, including how to cope with cope with painful periods and when you should see a doctor. This version is designed for reading online.
Is this normal? About endometriosis - For printing
Aimed at teenage girls, this leaflet explains endometriosis and what to do if you think you have it. This version is designed for printing.
Is this normal? About endometriosis - For reading
Aimed at teenagers, this leaflet explains endometriosis and what to do if you think you have it. This version is designed for reading.
We are delighted to have supported Carol Pearson and Professor Andrew Horne to produce Endometriosis: The Expert's Guide to Treat, Manager and Live Well with Your Symptoms.
Further details including how to purchase can be found on the Penguin Books website.
EndoLink a quarterly magazine produced by Endometriosis UK, which focuses on the many aspects of endometriosis
Endometriosis and Immunity Spring 2013
Endometriosis UK Impact Report Autumn 2012
Endometriosis and the Bladder Summer 2012
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