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We have over 50 years experience in supporting women manage their symptoms of Endometriosis. As it affects 1 in 10 women, our Endometriosis Nutritionists are here to help you understand and help manage your symptoms.

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Know the symptoms

With the average diagnosis taking 7.5 years in the UK for Endometriosis, understanding your symptoms is the first step to getting the support you may need. There are many symptoms you may experience including abdominal bloating and chronic fatigue, however, below are the officially recognised guidelines:

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    Chronic pelvic pain

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    Period pains affecting daily activities

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    Pain during or after sex

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    Cyclical gastrointestinal symptoms, such as painful bowel movements

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    Cyclical urinary symptoms, such as blood or pain when passing urine

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    Infertility related to the above symptoms

Endometriosis Myth Busters

Understanding the facts of Endometriosis.

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MYTH

Endometriosis is quite rare

FACT: Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 women, that's around 1.5 million women in the UK aged approximately 13-60 years.

MYTH

Endometriosis can be easily diagnosed

FACT: It takes on average 7.5 years for a diagnosis due to a general lack of understanding and awareness of Endometriosis. It takes more than a blood test or scan to diagnose - due to the nature of the condition, it requires a complex form of diagnosis.

MYTH

Endometriosis causes infertility

FACT: It is possible to have children while suffering from Endometriosis. 1 in 3 women can have issues which is why early diagnosis is so important.

MYTH

Endometriosis can be cured by surgery

FACT: Most surgeries for Endometriosis are only effective for around 5 years before additional procedures are required. As Endometriosis affects women during the years of menstruation, it is essential to learn to manage the symptoms.

We take Endometriosis personally

Hear some of the personal stories from the Wild Nutrition team suffering from Endometriosis.

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