Useful Websites

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Endometriosis UK

Endometriosis UK is the leading national charity dedicated to providing support for women who suffer with this disease.

Our information section is full of advice about the condition, how it may affect you and what you can do to help treat it.

We provide a large range of support from our local groups across the country to the helpline. These services are a brilliant resource as they are run by our amazing volunteers, all of whom have been affected by the condition. We work hard to increase understanding of endometriosis through campaigning, awareness-raising initiatives and research.

 
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Health Unlocked

On this site you can post your questions about endometriosis and your treatment directly to other women who are going through the same experience.

 
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Endometriosis SHE Trust UK

We offer help, information and support to women with endometriosis and everyone else interested, to be able to make informed choices about conventional, nutritional and complementary therapies available.

 
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British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (BSGE)

Find the details of accredited Endometriosis Centres.

 
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Infertility Network UK

A national infertility charity, dedicated to the support of everyone affected by infertility. We can provide up to date NHS funding information, support groups and forums.

 
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Women’s Health Concern

Women’s Health Concern (WHC) is the patient arm of the British Menopause society, we provide an independent service to advise, reassure and educate women of all ages about their health, wellbeing and lifestyle concerns, to enable them to work in partnership with their own medical practitioners and health advisers. We offer unbiased information – by telephone, email, in print, online and through conferences, seminars and symposia.

 
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Recovering well from gynaecological procedures

Information on this page is for you if you have had, or are about to have, one of the eight gynaecological procedures listed. It is designed to help you feel well prepared and to know what to expect afterwards. It also covers things you can do to recover well and get back to normal as quickly as possible.