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An Endometriosis Resource Library

Posted by Kitty Sutherland on

An Endometriosis Resource Library

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, and with the stat now moving from 1 in 10 women affected to 1 in 9 we thought a library of resources would be a great way for us to re-visit content on this common disease that needs to be talked about more. Here you'll find a list of past blogs, articles we love, accounts we follow and a few other bits that hopefully bring a feeling of support and togetherness. 

Remember - knowledge is power :) :) :) 

But first, what is Endometriosis? 
We love how author and ambassador Bridget Hustwaite describes Endo - hard to pronounce, hard to diagnose and even harder to live with.

Endometriosis is a common disease in which the tissue (that is similar to the lining of the uterus) actually begins to grow outside it in other parts of the body. More than 11% of Australian women suffer from endometriosis at some point in their life and it often starts as a teenager. 

Below is a list with love from us. We are always here to talk about Endometriosis.

  • Our first blog on Endometriosis is here and it breaks down symptoms and who to talk to in each state of Australia.  
  • This is a blog we wrote that details Leesa's personal journey with Endometriosis
  • We found this app that could help you gain insight into how endometriosis or chronic period pain symptoms uniquely affect you - to receive the care you deserve 
  • We love this account for support, education and truth
  • We love that the creator of that account Bridget Hustwaite has also written a book called How To Endo and you can purchase it here
  • Maybe Follow Lena Dunham - honest, brilliant, brave, hilarious
  • Maybe Listen to iWeigh with Dr Jen Gunter 
  • Check out these evidence based tips 
  • Maybe read this article - women have been missing from the conversation about their own health for so long. 

Let's KEEP TALKING ABOUT IT⁣!

Know another resource we should be on top of? We would love to hear from you at hello@tsuno.com.au

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