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SUFFERERS AND THEIR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS COULD BENEFIT BY VIEWING ENDOMETRIOSIS FROM A PAIN MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE – NOT JUST A FERTILITRSPECTIVE.
So says Donna Ciccia, director and co-founder of Endometriosis Australia, which is planning to raise awareness of the condition this March by encouraging Australians to wear yellow.
“The symptom all women with endometriosis have is pain in varying degrees, but not all women with endometriosis have fertility issues,” Ms Ciccia says.
“The pain has been described by Assoc Prof Jason Abbott as pain that is worse than that of cancer." ...
By Megan Haggan | 09/02/2015
I’m sure many women would say the thing they least like about being female is having your period. I used to think I was lucky – I didn’t get mine until I was 16 years old. In my experience the whole thing is rather unpleasant – you’ve got cramps, mood swings, and bloating. Seriously, why on earth would you want to be female?! After having my period and all of its delightful party tricks for 11 weeks in a row, I was well and truly sure that it wasn’t normal…........................
By LAURA HEINEMANN
It is time to start a conversation and do something to support this disease which affects over half a million Australian women.
Let's be a voice for the 1 in 10 women that suffer from endometriosis and create a positive change now and for our future generations.........
By STACEY O"KEEFFE
March into Yellow has been launched in 2014 to help raise awareness of endometriosis here in Australia. It’s a disease that affects one in 10 women (including me), and the impact of this disease extends much further...............................
By EMILY of Melbourne Girl
Ruby Connection Endometriosis – starting a conversation for change
In Australia more than half a million women suffer from Endometriosis. It is a condition where tissue, which normally lines the uterus, is found in abnormal sites around the body. The tissue is most often found in the pelvis. These deposits can cause a number of symptoms such as pelvic pain and infertility.................................
By LOUISE UPTON