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Endometriosis is a common disease where tissue similar to the lining of the womb grows outside it in other parts of the body. More than 830,000 (more than 11%) of Australian *women suffer from endometriosis at some point in their life with the disease often starting in teenagers. Symptoms are variable and this may contribute to the 6.5 year delay in diagnosis. Common symptoms include pelvic pain that puts life on hold around or during a woman’s period. It can impact fertility. Whilst endometriosis most often affects the reproductive organs it is frequently found in the bowel and bladder and has been found in muscle, joints, the lungs and the brain. In an Australian government report, endometriosis is reported to cost Australian society $9.7 billion annually with two-thirds of these costs attributed to a loss in productivity with the remainder, approximately $2.5 billion being direct healthcare costs.

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Clinical Practice Guidelines for Endometriosis
National Action Plan for Endometriosis
Safe Work Australia
Supporting workers with endometriosis in the workplace
Endometriosis in Australia: prevalence and hospitalisations
Do you have endometriosis? Visit our Research Notice Board to participate in current research projects.

Endo Girl

Our Ambassador Sophia Bender's documentary on endometriosis

Endo & Us documentary
Endometriosis awareness 2018

Endometriosis Australia is a nationally accredited charity that endeavours to increase recognition of endometriosis, provide endometriosis education programs, and provide funding for endometriosis research.