Thank you to all the GE2020 Candidates who have pledged their support by signing the EAI Manifesto.
Don’t miss your chance to get tickets for our Endometriosis Information Day – packed with accurate, empowering and supportive speakers. For all living with endometriosis and adenomyosis. Expert panel and speakers covering excision surgery, diet, pelvic physiotherapy, treatments and fertility. BOOK HERE – EAI Members check your email for your discounted ticket link! Participants include: […]
Endometriosis surgery for diagnosis and treatment is almost exclusively done via laparoscopy – which is a minimally invasive surgery, also known as keyhole surgery. We present some tips for your hospital visit.
The Endometriosis Association of Ireland were delighted to support Gráinne Fahy in the release of her single 1 in 10 which is about her journey with Endometriosis
Emma Bunton has it, Whoopi Goldberg was diagnosed with it, Lena Dunham has even written about her struggles with endometriosis in her memoir Not That Kind Of Girl.
As part of the 30th Anniversary Celebrations, the Board decided on a simple, but beautiful bracelet to raise awareness and funds for the EAI.
Endometriosis: ‘It’s the kind of pain that takes the breath from you and makes you fall to your knees’
It is all about doing your best to have a “normal” life while living in chronic pain. You must use all the tools: heating pads, regular and appropriate prescribed pain medication, magnesium cream and baths, gentle exercise and acupuncture. Read Julie’s story in the Journal.ie
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The Endometriosis Association of Ireland are proud to present Endo What? an excellent documentary by Shanon Cohn covering all aspects of the disease.
Dr Andrew Cook and Ms Libby Hopton -Vital Health Institute answer questions from members of the Endometriosis Association of Ireland.