Center for Endometriosis Care

Center for Endometriosis Care

Atlanta, GA / Center for Endometriosis Care is a COEMIG-designated Center of Excellence & Center of Expertise in Excision of endometriosis. Pins (≠) endorsements.
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Join us in Atlanta! Endo What? is a groundbreaking new documentary exploring endometriosis, a debilitating illness affecting 176 million women and girls globally. After sold-out screenings in NYC, Sydney, LA, London, Auckland and Toronto, the film will have a special screening hosted by the CEC on July 14, 6:30PM, at Lefont Sandy Springs Theater, ...

Join us in Atlanta! Endo What? is a groundbreaking new documentary exploring endometriosis, a debilitating illness affecting 176 million women and girls globally. After sold-out screenings in NYC, Sydney, LA, London, Auckland and Toronto, the film will have a special screening hosted by the CEC on July 14, 6:30PM, at Lefont Sandy Springs Theater, ...

The advice I would give to another women suffering with this disease, is  that it is not just a disease of “painful periods.” You HAVE to educate  yourself. This is not a disease where you can take a back seat and allow  your doctor to make the best decisions for you. You have to be your own  advocate, and you have to continue to fight even when you’re not taken  seriously.

The advice I would give to another women suffering with this disease, is that it is not just a disease of “painful periods.” You HAVE to educate yourself. This is not a disease where you can take a back seat and allow your doctor to make the best decisions for you. You have to be your own advocate, and you have to continue to fight even when you’re not taken seriously.

A disease that affects 1 in 10 US women has a cost of $119 billion in lost productivity, and not enough is being done to combat it.

A disease that affects 1 in 10 US women has a cost of $119 billion in lost productivity, and not enough is being done to combat it.