Merseyside Support Group | Endometriosis UK

Merseyside Support Group

Upcoming Support Group Sessions

  • Saturday, 16th July 2022, 11:00am - 12:00am
    Face-to-Face Tea & talk
    Place: Leaf, Bold Street, Liverpool City Centre
    Topic: Social
  • Wednesday, 27th July 2022, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
    Managing Mental Health - Speaker to be confirmed
    Place: Zoom
    Topic: Online Meeting
  • Sunday, 31st July 2022, 10:00am - 12:00am
    Cheer Point Celebrations
    Place: Care Fertility Centre, Runcorn
    Topic: Activity

Meet the Support Group Leader(s)


I've always suffered from painful periods. But about 10 years ago it reached a whole new level. I went for an ultrasound, nothing was seen but endometriosis was mentioned as a possibility but I was only offered the contraceptive pill. During the pandemic things got a lot worse and eventually I was given a diagnostic laparoscopy and excision. The diagnosis changed my life, I finally had my pain validated.


Hello :) I'm Becks! I became a support group leader to support those of you with Endometriosis, diagnosed or queried, and your loved ones too. At 14 years of age my first experience with this condition was my dad picking me up off the bathroom floor because I couldn't stand with the pain. At 15 I saw my GP with a list of symptoms, 10 years later I was diagnosed with never having heard the word 'Endometriosis'. I want to help change both these factors for everyone else :)

About the support group:

The support group is a place where we can find information, support and understanding with women in similar situations. The group is here to provide a safe place for everyone to speak openly. We also hope to promote fundraising and awareness in the community.

I felt anxious about attending my first support group but found it very welcoming, positive and informative.  We hope to see you soon.

General Session Information:

There will be a mixture of speakers and informal groups. 

Get in touch with Merseyside Support Group

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