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If you want to know more about endometriosis, you have come to the right place. On this website, you can find out more about the disease, and evidence based best practice treatment and management. You will also find information about self-management – the things you can do for yourself that guide you on nutrition, coping and general well-being. You may be looking for support or advice through ENDO HELP, or a place where you can share your story with others or read about others’ experiences. You’ll find useful links to other websites, blogs and the latest in research.

Endometriosis New Zealand represents the tens of thousands of girls, women, and those assigned female at birth, with endometriosis and persistent pelvic pain in New Zealand, their whānau and we work with those who treat the condition. We have an advisory group of doctors and health professionals known as ESIG or the Endometriosis Special Interest Group. You can ASK ESIG questions on our social media sites so make sure you like our Facebook page, and Instagram. Endometriosis New Zealand is unique in that it provides specialised and professional services and programmes to communities, the workplace and GP and Specialist education. You can donate here.

Our motto is Strength through support Mā te tautoko, ka whai kaha, ka ora. We hope you find strength in the information offered on our website and feel supported in your quest to live well with endometriosis. Nga mihi.

Endometriosis Awareness Month 2022

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News Blog

Keep up with our news, events, expert advice and tell your story.

The invisible problem affecting one in ten women

May 10, 2022

Originally published by The Today FM show Endometriosis New Zealand CEO, Tanya Cooke spoke with Tova O’Brien and The Today … Continued

Women’s health – Endometriosis surgery wait times up to three years

Originally published by The Herald Paris McNeilage, 20, was declined a specialist appointment at Counties Manukau DHB for suspected endometriosis … Continued

In Her Head

May 9, 2022

Originally published by The Herald In Her Head: A campaign for better women’s health services It is great to see … Continued

Why I talk about my chronic health conditions online

April 7, 2022

Originally published by The Spinoff on 29/03/22 Cara Adler is a university student living with endometriosis and an eating disorder. For IRL, she explains … Continued


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