Know Endo

This is Not Normal. This is Life With Endometriosis.

Life with endo

Endometriosis, often called endo, is a common disease, but many people don’t know much about it – some people have never even heard of it. Endo is a serious chronic illness, which means it lasts for more than 6 months and can become worse over time. People with endo can suffer severe menstrual pain, chronic pelvic pain, infertility, anxiety, depression and thoughts of suicide. The disease affects every aspect of a person’s life.

Everyone knows someone with endo.

Whether you know it or not, someone you care about has endo.

People with endo often feel alone in dealing with their disease due to lack of understanding or even dismissal of their symptoms by the people around them. Beyond disrupting daily routines, having endo can rob people of life’s precious moments, and that’s not normal.

By learning more about endo, you can support the people in your life who live with the disease – your family members, friends, classmates, and co-workers. We can all work together to reduce the devastating impact of endometriosis.

Help spread endometriosis awareness

The Endometriosis Network Canada Media Kit is an excellent source of up-to-date information about endometriosis. Help improve the quality of life for 2 million people in Canada living with endometriosis by informing yourself, your friends, family, and your community about this debilitating disease.

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