Endometriosis

  • Long Reads

    Why women need to start being bloody difficult about their health

    No, you're not a hypochondriac for being concerned about your body

    Posted by
    Jennifer Lipman
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  • People

    This is how Lena Dunham feels nine months after her hysterectomy

    “This body is stronger than I’ve ever given it credit for.”

    Posted by
    Susan Devaney
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  • Visible Women

    Why menstrual health education activist Alice Smith is our Woman of the Week

    “Period isn’t a dirty word anymore. We’re not in the Victorian ages.”

    Posted by
    Hannah-Rose Yee
    Published
  • Long Reads

    “Doctors told me my period pains were nothing. Then I collapsed.”

    Does the new endometriosis pill prove women’s health is finally being taken seriously?

    Posted by
    Sarah Graham
    Published
  • Healthcare: Woman in doctor's office for check up.
    Life

    Twitter unleashes fury over medical exam question – and for good reason

    “This is the sexist bulls**t we’re teaching our doctors?”

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • People

    Halsey responds to those asking why she’s decided to freeze her eggs

    “People are like: ‘You’re 23, why do you need to do that? Why do you need to freeze your eggs?’”

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • People

    Halsey absolutely refuses to let male managers make her feel ashamed of her endometriosis

    “This is a reality for me and you need to suck it up and deal”

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Long Reads

    "I've waited 10 years for an endometriosis diagnosis. Why?"

    When will doctors finally take women's health seriously?

    Posted by
    Mattie Lacey-Davidson
    Published
  • People

    Lena Dunham has penned a powerful essay about her hysterectomy

    The Girls star made the difficult decision to have her uterus and cervix removed in a bid to end her endometriosis pain

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • People

    Lena Dunham: Stop asking endometriosis sufferers about their fertility

    “I talk about my illness to normalise it for other women, not to invite dialogue about every aspect of my private life.”

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published