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On this page, you will find webinars on endometriosis. You should always contact your GP or medical practictioner with individual medical questions.

A huge thanks to all of our incredible webinar hosts. You can find and register for our upcoming webinars here.

Getting the most out of your Gynaecology Appointments with Joanne Hanley - Endometriosis UK's Specialist Advisor and Advanced Clinical Practitioner at the Northwest Pelvic Pain and Endometriosis Centre

Endometriosis, Adenomyosis and Hysteroscopies with Ilyas Arshad - Consultant Gynaecologist, Denise Carter - Endometriosis Specialist Nurse and Karen Loy - Gynaecology Specialist Nurse & Hysteroscopist, Liverpool Women's NHS Foundation Trust

This webinar has been reviewed by the Endometriosis UK’s Specialist Advisor and external medical advisors following complaints it contains incorrect information. The complaints related to this statement made in the webinar: Mirena is a really good first line treatment to also help diagnose endometriosis because if the pain settles it can give a good indication that it could be down to endometriosis. what we don’t want, we don’t want to be doing a lot of surgical treatments on really young ladies, so it is a good diagnostic tool as well”. This comment was made in the context of treating young women (teenagers) who were originally treated at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. Once they turned 18, they were sent to Liverpool Women’s Hospital to continue their care, many of them at the time did not have an official diagnosis. This comment was followed by further discussion about health professional concern about performing a lot of surgical procedures on young women. Mirena coil was given as one type of indicator for suspected endometriosis for a specific group (teenagers and very young women) rather than a definitive diagnostic tool for all those with endometriosis. In the interest of delivering clear information, our medical advisory panel have stated that Mirena coil can indicate that the symptom of pain is related to hormones but cannot give a diagnosis of endometriosis or adenomyosis. Comments have been removed from this video and we request that any further questions or comments be directed to The content of lectures and talks given for Endometroisis UK is the speakers views and not necessarily the views of the charity.



Supporting someone with Endometriosis with Rebecca Green - Endometriosis UK Support Group Leader, Debby Holloway - Nurse Consultant Gynaecology and Claudia Tye - Clinical Nurse Specialist at Guys’ and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust


New European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) Endometriosis Guidelines with Helen McLaughlin - Member of the ESHRE guidelines review group & Endoemtriosis UK Support Group Leader & Professor Christian Becker - Clinical Lead and Co-Director at the Oxford BSGE Endometriosis Centre & Chairperson of the Guideline Development Group of the ESHRE Guideline for the Management of Women with Endometriosis & Emma Cox - Endometriosis UK's CEO


Newly Diagnosed in Scotland What is Endometriosis, The Diagnosis Journey & Pain Management with Professor Andrew Horne, Dr Lucy Whitaker and Priscilla Fernandez - EXPPECT Edinburgh.


Newly Diagnosed in Scotland series: Endometriosis & Fertility with Dr Lucky Saraswat - Consultant Gynaecologist and Minimal Access Surgeon at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary



Bladder Physiotheraphy with Hannah Beecham - the Clinical Lead of the Pelvic Health team and an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner, Royal Free London NHS Trust



Endometriosis – Its Psychological Impact And Benefit Of Psychological Therapy with Margreet Hendriks, Highly Specialist Psychologist and Clinical Lead for the Maternity & Gynaecology Psychology Service at North East London NHS Trust and Barking, Havering & Redbridge University NHS Trust



Bowel Endometriosis with Amer Raza - Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist & Oliver Warren - Colorectal Surgeon, Chelsea Westminster Hospital NHS Trust



Endometriosis And The Role And Effect Of Medical Treatments with Miss Marianne Wild - Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Homerton University Hospital Foundation Trust



Endometriosis and the Menopause with Katharine Gale - Nurse Consultant, North Bristol NHS Trust & Debra Holloway - Nurse Consultant, Guys and St Thomas NHS Trust



Endometriosis and Fibromyalgia with Dr Katy Vincent - Senior Pain Fellow and Associate Professor, Nuffield Department of Women's & Reproductive Health & Dr Anushka Soni - Rheumatologist, Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences


Thoracic Endometriosis with Dr Islam Gamaleldin, Consultant Gynaecologist - North Bristol NHS Trust


Endometriosis and Fertility: Secondary Infertility with Dr Daphne Chong - Subspecialist Fellow in Reproductive Medicine and Senior Registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Liverpool Women's NHS Foundation Trust


Endometriosis Pathways with Dr C P Lim - Consultant Gynaecologist and Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopic Surgeon at East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust


Q & A Panel at Living with Endometriosis - Homerton University Hospital event 

with Christian Barnick - Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Consultant lead, Temenuga Dacheva - Specialty Doctor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Gonzalo Mezquita - Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Antonios Sfakianakis - Clinical Research Fellow in Fertility, Fevzi Shakir - Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist & Marianne Wild - Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist.

Event took place in May 2021


Returning of Endometriosis Pain after Surgery by Christian Barnick, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. Lead for the BSGE Endometriosis Centre at Homerton University Hospital


Surgery for Endometriosis Pain by Fevzi Shakir, Consultant Gynaecologist

Living with Endometriosis - Homerton University Hospital event May 2021



Recovery after Laparoscopy by Temenuga Dacheva - Specialty Doctor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Living with Endometriosis - Homerton University Hospital event May 2021


Bladder Pain Syndrome by Amr Gehad. Presented by Christian Barnick - Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Lead for the BSGE Endometriosis Centre at Homerton University Hospital

Living with Endometriosis - Homerton University Hospital event May 2021


Endometriosis and Fertility by Antonios Sfakianakis - Clinical Research Fellow in Fertility

Living with Endometriosis - Homerton University Hospital event May 2021


Endometriosis and Surgery

We are pleased to be joined in this webinar by Dr Liza Ball, Consultant Gynaecologist at the Royal London Hospital, Barts NHS Trust. Liza will be speaking on how surgery and urgent endometriosis cases are being managed at the Royal London Hospital during Covid-19. Liza will also share the general standard of support hospitals provide leading up to surgery, on the day and for aftercare. Additionally this webinar will include what you can do to prepare for each stage. Filmed February 2021.


Endometriosis and Sex During Covid-19 

This webinar includes intimate information about sex, those under 16 should be accompanied by an adult.

We are pleased to be joined in this webinar by Hannah Beecham, Clinical Lead Specialist and Pelvic Health Physiotherapist. Hannah will be speaking about how endometriosis can affect sex, services available to provide support, and top physiotherapy tips during lockdown. Filmed February 2021.


Optimising Endometriosis Primary Care Consultation During Covid-19 

We are pleased to be joined in this webinar by Anne Connolly MB:ChB; DRCOG; DFSRH; MRCGP; Dip GPSI gynae. Dr Connolly will be speaking about how to optimise endometriosis primary care consultation during Covid-19. Filmed January 2021.



Endometriosis pain management during Covid-19
Hosted by Dr Katy Vincent, the Associate Professor, Senior Pain Fellow and Honorary Consultant Gynaecologist in the Nuffield Department of Women’s & Reproductive Health, at the University of Oxford. Dr Vincent talks about pain and self management strategies during Covid-19. She also shares data on their global Covid study. Filmed November 2020.


How COVID-19 has affected the work of an Endometriosis Care and Research Centre
This webinar is hosted by Dr Becker, he explains his work with Endometriosis CaRe Oxford, a nationally and internationally acclaimed Centre of Expertise in clinical Care and Research into Endometriosis. He also discusses how the centre has had to adapt during the global Covid-19 pandemic. Filmed October 2020.

Resuming Endometriosis Services: What happens next? 
This informative webinar hosted by the Royal Free Hospital in London and Endometriosis UK features presentations including resuming endometriosis services, pain management, and endometriosis and pelvic physiotherapy. Filmed June 2020.

The impact of COVID-19 on endometriosis care 
This webinar, hosted by Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, discusses the impact of COVID-19 on endometriosis care. Filmed May 2020.

Your questions answered: Covid-19 and Endometriosis
We have produced a webinar with Consultant Gynaecologist, Liza Ball, answering some of your questions on the impact COVID-19 may have on yout treatment and care, and how to look after your physical and mental health at this challenging time. Filmed May 2020.

Endometriosis and IBS

In this Webinar, Consultant Gynecologist Liza Ball discusses the potential links between Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and endometriosis.

The webinar discusses what is IBS, links between IBS and endometriosis, if endometriosis can cause IBS or can IBS symptoms be worsened by endometriosis, if someone is suffering from IBS symptoms, does that mean the endometriosis is most likely to be present in the bowel, if there any foods people should avoid, if there are any medications to help ease the symptoms, research and what should people do if they think they have endometriosis, but are being told they have IBS. Filmed 2020