Endo Support Starts Here.

We are a compassionate, empowered community that supports the diverse needs of every unique endometriosis journey.

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8 in 10 people with endo were initially told their pain was normal before diagnosis

5 years is the average time, and sometimes much longer, before a diagnosis is made

1 in 5 people with endo have lost or quit a job at some point during their life because of the disease

Understanding endometriosis

Your Endo Hub

Welcome to the EndoHub – your go-to resource for all things endometriosis. Whether you’re living with endometriosis, a caregiver, healthcare provider, educator, or employer, we invite you to explore the EndoHub to empower yourself and others affected by endometriosis. Knowledge is power.

What you need to know. Period.

This free menstrual health and endometriosis education program, designed for Canadian youth, is all about being open and honest about periods, breaking taboos, and making menstruation something we can all talk about — whether you get a period or not.

The Endo Network’s Run To End Endo™

June 1 – 10, 2024

The Endo Network’s Run To End Endo™ is a unique nationwide initiative aimed to unite communities across Canada in the fight against endometriosis, a chronic and often misunderstood condition affecting millions of individuals. Whether you’re a seasoned runner, a casual jogger, or just want to show your support, The Endo Network’s Run To End Endo™ is your opportunity to make a difference. Together, we stride towards a future where individuals with endometriosis can thrive, and awareness transforms into action.

Join us virtually over a period of ten days, and in-person at select locations across Canada:

  • Toronto, ON
  • Ottawa, ON
  • Charlottetown, PE
  • Winnipeg, MB
  • St. John’s, NL

All proceeds directly support The Endometriosis Network Canada.