Archive for 2011


Picture of Kelechi Nnoaham First worldwide study finds women’s productivity at work significantly impacted by endometriosis
7 July 2011

Endometriosis accounts for a significant loss of work productivity of 11 hours per woman per week according to a paper published by Nnoaham et al in Fertility and Sterility.

ESHRE2011: Avoidable loss of fertility
5 July 2011

Bill Ledger today encouraged women to have children at a younger age since there are no guarantees or evidence that life style changes or medically assisted conception can aid pregnancy at a later age.

ESHRE2011: A new method to detect subtle endometriosis?
4 July 2011

Bruce Lessey today presented a simple technique of using methylene blue staining to detect subtle or invisible endometriotic lesions in women with chronic pelvic pain.

Finding an endometriosis specialist
23 June 2011

Tips on how to find a specialist in endometriosis and what to bear in mind when choosing your physician.

Tips for dealing with side effects associated with drug treatments
22 June 2011

Dealing with side effects of drugs for endometriosis that put women into an artificial menopause. How to combat hot flushes, etc, due to Lupron, Zoladex and other GnRH analogues.

Communications: one way to understand endometriosis
22 June 2011

John Blondin talks about the difficulties of dealing with endometriosis in a relationshiphip and how communication is key!

Endometriosis: Current management and future trends
10 May 2011

In “Endometriosis: current management and future trends” Juan Garcia-Velasco and Botros Rizk have assembled an exceptional collection of papers from eminent sources – a veritable who’s who of endometriosis publications.

Picture of Padma Lakshmi EFA partners with Mitchigan State University and Inforum Women’s Alliance
27 April 2011

EFA’s Tamer Seckin and Padma Lakshmi team up with Michigan State University (Asgi Fazleabas) and Inforum Women’s Alliance to raise awareness of endometriosis

When others don’t understand
27 April 2011

Endometriosis can be difficult to understand for partners, friends, family, colleagues. This article explains long-term effect of endometriosis and how partners/family can be supportive.

Logo from Österreichische Endometriose Vereinigung Austria continues awareness into April
31 March 2011

Österreichische Endometriose Vereinigung announces a free “Information/Awareness Day” together with the Endometriosis Centre in the General Hospital in Linz: Saturday 9 April 2011.

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