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'Living Well With Endometriosis' – Seminar in Hamilton

'Living Well With Endometriosis' –Saturday Seminar in Hamilton

Press Release: Insight Endometriosis, Wednesday 14 October 2015

'Living Well With Endometriosis' – Saturday Seminar by Insight Endometriosis

Waikato women and teenage girls with endometriosis will benefit from aSaturday seminar hosted by Insight Endometriosis titled “Living Well with Endometriosis” to be held in Hamilton on Saturday 21 November, from 10am-3:30pm

The seminar is part of an education programme offered by Insight Endometriosis, a community organisation supporting women with endometriosis.

Insight Endometriosis educator Annette Evans, said “This seminar will empower women with endometriosis with information about diagnosis, treatment options, pain management and nutrition so they can find ways to best manage their condition, improve quality of life and minimise risks to fertility. Women will leave the seminar with a better understanding of endometriosis and feeling more in control.”

‘Insight Endometriosis supports women to make informed decisions about treatment options and lifestyle changes, ensures that women and their families aren’t left facing a significant health problem in isolation through our community support programmes, and reduces significant diagnostic delays by raising awareness.’

Enrolments close on Wednesday 18 November. For more information about the seminar or Insight Endometriosis services, please contact Annette on 07 8555 123

Endometriosis is a significant and common condition, which can dramatically impair quality of life. The most common symptom is period pain, characterised by taking pain relief, bed rest and time off work or studies. Endometriosis is also a leading cause of fertility problems.

For further information about endometriosis and Insight Endometriosis seeInsightEndometriosis.org.nz or Facebook.com/InsightEndometriosis

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