International survey on cannabis for endometriosis

Do you have endometriosis and use cannabis (legally prescribed or illicit) to manage your symptoms? We need your help for this new research being conducted by researchers from Western Sydney University and the University of New South Wales.

Researchers are interested in finding out more about the potential use of cannabis to manage endometriosis pain.

Results of this survey will help design an upcoming clinical trial to explore the effectiveness of medicinal cannabis for endometriosis.

International survey on cannabis use for endometriosis symptoms

The aim of this study is to continue to increase the information on cannabis use for endometriosis, and to plan a clinical trial to investigate the safety, tolerability, and effectiveness of a standardised and quality assured medicinal cannabis product for pain and associated symptoms of endometriosis.

Inclusion criteria

This survey is open to people worldwide who must fulfil the following:

  • You must be aged between 18-55 years of age;
  • You must have been told by your medical doctor that you have endometriosis; and
  • You must have used cannabis or cannabinoid-based products (eg, cannabidiol (CBD) oil, cannabis oils, dried bud (flower) with known levels of THC and/or CBD, or non-legal cannabis) in the past 3 months specifically for the purpose of managing your endometriosis pain or related symptoms.

Additional patient information

To participate

CLICK HERE to participate in the survey, which expires on 31 March 2021.

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