Self-help books

An extensive library of books about endometriosis and infertility, which aims to educate women about the disease, suggest how to make decisions about treatments, and which provide guidance about how to learn to live and cope with endometriosis.


Endometriosis-Pelvic-Pain Endometriosis and pelvic pain
18 March 2015

“Endometriosis and pelvic pain”, by Susan Evans and Deborah Bush, is a practical book for women with pain. It is written in an easy-to-read style with information on how to alleviate a wide range of pains.

Unhysterectomy The UNHysterectomy
22 May 2012

This excellent book, “UNHysterectomy”, provides a step-by-step guide for women seeking relief from heavy bleeding and/or endometriosis, and who wish to avoid the drastic step of having a hysterectomy.

Book cover for Endometriosis: a key to healing through nutrition Endometriosis: a key to healing through nutrition
7 June 2009

In “Endometriosis: a key to healing through nutrition” Dian Shepperson Mills and Michael Vemon describe clearly what endometriosis is and what practical steps can be taken to push endometriosis into remission via nutrition.

Book cover foro A tiny itsy bitsy gift of life A tiny itsy bitsy gift of life
17 May 2009

“A tiny itsy bitsy gift of life” is a children’s book by Carmen Martinez Jover. It explains egg donation, through beautiful illustrations, and is a tool for parents who wish to explain how children are conceived through egg donation.

Book cover for Doctor are you listening Doctor are you listening?
31 March 2009

“Doctor are you listening?”, by Linda Pohl and Masood Khatamee, provides a humanistic, touching story of a couple longing to have a baby, and what they learnt: that the success and failure of each couple’s ability to conceive is often dependent on the doctor that they choose.

Book cover for 100 Questions and Answers about Endometriosis 100 questions and answers about endometriosis
18 November 2008

“100 questions and answers about endometriosis” by David Redwine examines the benefits and flaws of current treatments and allows the reader to make educated decisions about their treatment.

Book cover for Living with lung and colon endometriosis Living with lung and colon endometriosis: catamenial pneumothorax
25 February 2007

“Living with lung and colon endometriosis: catamenial pneumothorax” outlines Glynis Wallace’s 13-year experience with pulmonary endometriosis through narrative summaries from the physicians who attempted to control this disease.

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.

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.

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