Endometriosis Awareness Month 2023 Endometriosis Awareness Month is observed every March, with events to educate and promote awareness of endometriosis taking place all over the world. Employment Law Guide This year, the Endometriosis Association of Ireland kicked off #EndoMarch with the launch of our Employment Law Guide for people living with Endometriosis. The genesis of […]
This year’s online Endometriosis Information Day takes place on Saturday 25th March 2023. 12pm: Dr. Alison DeMaio & Yvonne Counihan Consultant Obstetrictian & Gynaecologist and Clinical Nurse Specialist The Advanced Endometriosis Team at Tallaght University Hospital 1pm: Dian Shepperson Mills Director and Nutritional Therapist at The Endometriosis and Fertility Clinic Endometriosis Pain: The Medicine […]
This year’s online Endometriosis Information Day takes place on 26th March 2022 with a full day of expert talks and insights on diagnosis and management of endometriosis, treatment options, holistic approaches and employment law. Register here to attend. 10:00 – EAI chairperson, Clodagh Lynam, opening remarks and welcome. 10:03 – Neuropelveology: Endometriosis of the sciatic […]
Endometriosis Awareness Month 2021 The first panel for the 2021 Endometriosis Information Day is ‘Treating Endometriosis: Present and Future‘ at 10:30am on Saturday March 20th. Click here for speaker info and registration The second panel for the 2021 Endometriosis Information Day is ‘Endometriosis and Making Decisions about Fertility Treatment‘ at 11:30am on Saturday March 20th. […]
“Looking after yourself during the Holidays: Self-care and endometriosis” was a panel event which took place on 3rd December 2020. It was chaired by Lynn Enright, an Irish journalist who writes for The Irish Times, the Guardian, Vogue, Grazia and The Gloss. Her first book, Vagina: A Re-Education, was published in 2019. It won the […]
We were invited to speak at “Bias: Gender Inequality in Healthcare and Research” on 13th November 2020. This was a Science Week event supported and developed by RCSI/Rotunda Research Department and the HRB Mother and Baby Clinical Trials Network. The event was funded by Science Foundation Ireland. Jeanne Sutton represented the EAI. As part of […]
Everyone loves a hot water bottle, but none more than those living with endometriosis and adenomyosis! Show your love on your sleeve, lapel, hat, bag!
I am one of the lucky ones…well at least that if I have endometriosis at all as I am, as yet, undiagnosed.. when I say I am lucky I mean that I got my period aged 11 and had them perfectly normally like clockwork every 28 days aside from one random agonising one age 24 that had me rolling around in pain.
Thank you to all the GE2020 Candidates who have pledged their support by signing the EAI Manifesto.
General Election 2020 provides an opportunity to request that the next Government (vote on 8th February 2020) will work with the Endometriosis Association of Ireland to help us improve the diagnosis and treatment of those living with endometriosis and adenomyosis in Ireland.