Dietary and lifestyle changes may help to improve endometriosis symptoms and some people find that eating certain foods tend to trigger or relieve their symptoms.
Exercise can help with endometriosis symptoms as well as overall health and wellbeing. It's important to find what works best for you and your endometriosis, particularly if you find some types of exercise cause painful flares of symptoms.
You can download our 'Exercising with endometriosis' information sheet here.
Mental Wellbeing and Self-Care
Living with endometriosis, its symptoms, and lifelong impacts can affect your mental wellbeing and emotional health.
Taking intentional steps to take care of your emotional, physical, and mental health can make life a little bit easier.
Grief and Loss
The thoughts, feelings, and reactions we experience when faced with change and loss, are known as grief. Grieving is a very individual process.
For those with endometriosis and other chronic illnesses, changes in health and lifestyle can cause a feeling of grief and loss. The type of grief that comes with chronic illness is complex, and there is no ‘right way’ to grieve.
Download our Grief and Loss information sheet here.
Self-advocacy helps to empower you, to speak up for yourself, and make decisions and choices that affect your life. You have the authority to be the expert on your life, nobody else knows how your feel or what you think and being your own self-advocate is important.
Download our Advocating for Yourself information sheet here.
Everyone's experience of having a baby is different but understanding your own fertility is the best thing you can do.
Find out more about the possible impacts of endometriosis on fertility and treatments available for those needing help.
You can also download our Endometriosis and Fertility Factsheet here.