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Endometriosis UK thanks nursing profession on International Nurses Day  Tomorrow, Thursday 12th May, is International Nurses Day. This date was…
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Last reviewed and updated: 2021 If you have endometriosis, you’ve probably asked yourself the question, “Will endometriosis affect my ability to get…
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Endometriosis can affect the bowel in the abdomen and pelvis. Penetration of the endometriosis can vary within two forms: Superficial –…
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Endometriosis affecting the bladder is rare and the exact cause is unknown. The penetration of the endometriosis can vary within two forms:…
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Other websites and sources of information that might be helpful to you: Bladder and Bowel Community This charity provides information and support…
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What is a laparoscopy? A laparoscopy is the most common way to diagnose endometriosis. During a laparoscopy, a small telescope (laparoscope) is…
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Each year we receive hundreds of emails and phone calls from those with endometriosis and their supporters asking for more information about…
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1 in 10 women of reproductive age across the UK have endometriosis. That is over 1.5 million women. Endometriosis UK research shows that it takes an…
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This page contains a glossary of medical terms and words that you may read or hear when you are learning about endometriosis. A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H-I-J-K-…
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What every young person should know about endometriosis. Do you suffer from the following? Painful or irregular periods; Pain when going to the…
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Starting your periods can be exciting as it shows that you are developing into a woman. It can also be scary and confusing as your body changes but…

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