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Endometriosis resources including support groups, self-help books, articles, coping, and a glossary


Book cover for Explaining endometriosis Explaining endometriosis
25 September 2005

“Explaining endometriosis”, by Ros Wood and Lorraine Henderson, is the first book written for women with endometriosis with clear and accurate information about endometriosis and its treatments, enabling women to make well-informed treatment decisions. It is an excellent tool for partners and family also.

Book cover for What to do when the doctor says it's endometriosis What to do when the doctor says it’s endometriosis
25 September 2005

“What to do when the doctor says it’s endometriosis”, by Tom Lyons MD, provides easy to understand advice on easing the pain of endometriosis and learning about the disease’s impact on fertility.

Normal blood loss during menstruation
18 August 2005

Scottish scientist, Dr Steve Campbell, has created a website, which allows women to see if their menstrual blood loss is small, average, or too much.

Quiero tener un hijo ¡cueste lo que cueste! Quiero tener un hijo ¡cueste lo que cueste!
3 July 2005

De forma clara, sincera y transparente, en su autobiografía, Carmen Martinez Jover, presenta la problemática de la infertilidad representándola con imágenes de sus cuadros.

Book cover for I want to have a child I want to have a child: whatever it takes
3 July 2005

“I want to have a child: whatever it takes” is a beautiful book of paintings, which tell Carmen Martinez Jover’s tireless struggle against infertility -and how she became a mother!

Surgical management of endometriosis
26 September 2004

This is a beautifully illustrated monograph bringing together respected authorities on the surgical management of endometriosis. The editor, David Redwine, has been closely associated with the development of many of the laparoscopic techniques used around the world for the surgical management of endometriosis.

Book cover for the EA's latest book Endometriosis: the complete reference for taking charge of your health
25 October 2003

“Endometriosis: the complete reference for taking charge of your health” is the third book by Mary Lou Ballweg and the Endometriosis Association, and continues their tradition of compiling previously published articles into a book volume.

Living well with endometriosis
25 September 2003

“Living well with endometriosis” by Kerry-Ann Morris is a compilation of stories from hundreds of women who have contributed with their perspectives on endometriosis and provides a holistic view of how to cope with the disease, including its psychological aspects.

Book cover of The Endometriosis Sourcebook The endometriosis sourcebook
25 September 1995

“The Endometriosis Sourcebook” by Mary Lou Ballweg and the Endometriosis Association (EA) contains almost 500 pages of basic information for women with endometriosis, mainly previously published in the EA’s newsletters.

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