A walk from Bath to Devizes raises thousands of pounds for Endometriosis UK

In this blog we speak to June, one of our fabulous Awareness Month fundraisers, who raised an amazing £4,000 for Endometriosis UK! Read on to find out how she did it. 

Firstly – thank you so much for all you’ve done to raise such an incredible amount of money for endometriosis UK! Could you tell us a little bit about yourself, and what motivated you to take part in the 1 in 10 challenge?

Endometriosis in the workplace: A story from two teachers

Endometriosis UK is working with employers and the Government to ensure that those with endometriosis are given the support they need to thrive in the workplace.

Save money and support Endometriosis UK this April with 'My Favourite Voucher Codes'

Take action to reduce diagnosis time for endometriosis by writing to your MP

Endometriosis storyline to air on EastEnders this week

Endometriosis storyline to air on EastEnders this week

EastEnders to air storyline on endometriosis

Endometriosis storyline to air on EastEnders this week

After tragically suffering a miscarriage, Ruby undergoes further testing in tomorrow night’s episode of EastEnders (Thursday, 25th March) and it is suggested by her gynaecologist that she has endometriosis.

Endometriosis and Fertility: FAQs

Endometriosis does not necessarily cause infertility but there is an association with fertility problems, although the cause is not fully established. Even with severe endometriosis, natural conception is still possible. It is estimated that 60-70% of women with endometriosis can get pregnant spontaneously. 

Due to a lack of research, the links between fertility and endometriosis are not fully known. In some cases it may be because the disease distorts a woman’s reproductive organs.

Meet Dr Larisa Corda - our new ambassador

We are delighted to welcome Dr Larisa Corda on board as an Ambassador for Endometriosis UK!

Pain, Genetics and What’s Next for Endometriosis Research

By Danielle Perro.

Our Awareness Representatives

Meet our Awareness Representatives 

Our Awareness Representatives play a key role in helping us raise awareness and drive change for the 1.5million living with endometriosis in the UK.


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