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Gapp2 Do you suffer from unexplained pelvic pain?
20 November 2015

If you have had a laparoscopy in the last three years, which failed to explain the cause of your pain, you may qualify to participate in the GaPP2 trial, which is investigating the use of gabapentin for chronic pelvic pain.

ASRM2015 ASRM2015: Endometriosis highlights
26 October 2015

Chair-elect of the ASRM Endometriosis Special Interest Group, Doctor Stacey Missmer, provides highlights from this year’s annual meeting. There is no size that fits all – think symptoms and think endometrium behaviour!

ASRM2015 ASRM2015: Endometriosis may infiltrate the entire body
20 October 2015

Study suggests that endometriosis in organs outside of the pelvis may be common and clinically unrecognised.

ASRM2015 ASRM2015: Increased risk of ovarian cancer observed in women undergoing IVF
20 October 2015

Increased risk of ovarian cancer observed in women who had no children following assisted reproductive technologies, and in women with endometriosis treated for infertility.

woman-crouching What needs to be done for women with endometriosis?
8 March 2015

On International Women’s Day, 20 experts share their wishes and hopes for women with endometriosis on why – and what – change is needed to move this field forward!

myths-misconceptions Myths and misconceptions in endometriosis
27 October 2013

Diagnostic delay and hit and miss treatments in endometriosis are often due to myths and mis-conceptions about the disease – get the FACTS here.

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