Endometriosis: the experts’ guide to treat, manage and live well with your symptoms

Andrew Horne (PhD FRCOG) and Carol Pearson

Endometriosis: the experts’ guide to treat, manage, and live well with your symptoms is an easy to read book, which covers most aspects of what endometriosis is, how it is diagnosed and treated – and how to manage persistent symptoms.

Co-authors, professor Andrew Horne and Carol Pearson, have written a well-structured book presenting the latest knowledge we have about endometriosis, along with advice on how to manage symptoms and take control of your body and health.

The book also includes first-hand experiences of women, who have overcome the pain, frustration, and isolation so often associated with endometriosis, to live a full and happy life. It is inspirational!

Co-authors Andrew Horne and Carol Pearson at the book-launch at the Arts Theatre Club, London

Endometriosis: the experts’ guide to treat, manage and live well with your symptoms is structured so that it is easy to “dip in and out” of the book to find answers to specific endometriosis-related questions, concerns, and myths.

Important sections of the book address how to adjust to life with endometriosis in terms of:

  • personal relationships, sex, and friendships
  • work and careers
  • exercise and diet
  • social life.

The book is available to purchase via Amazon and Penguin books.

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