Endometriosis simply explained
Endometriosis makes tissue grow where it doesn’t belong.
For example outside the uterus. This tissue can inflame. This can be very painful.
Sometimes these inflammations can also start to bleed.
Endometriosis often causes pain:
in the (lower) abdomen
in the back and down
to the legs
when on the toilet and/or
Some people with endometriosis can’t get pregnant.
Endometriosis can strongly differ from case to case.
That is why it is also called the chameleon of gynecology.
If you have such pain, contact your doctor!
Some doctors know a lot about endometriosis.
Here you will find a list of certified doctors.
You will find a lot more information on our website.
We help you.
We support you.
We can give you advice.
Endometriosis – Counselling
Our counsellors are well educated. They are happy to help you with your questions.
For example, many women ask:
What can I do?
Who can I talk to?
How do I find a doctor?
We provide counselling by phone:
Tel.: +49 341 – 30 65 304
We are available on:
Mon., Tue., Thurs., Fri.: 10 – 12 am
Wed.: 4 – 6 pm
or anytime via e-mail at: email@example.com
Our counselling service is for free.
Endometriosis – Self-help groups
Women with endometriosis can meet, talk, and support each other in self-help groups.
We support self-help groups.
You can find self-help groups all over Germany on our website.
Who are we?
Our association is called:
Endometriose-Vereinigung Deutschland e.V. It was established by women with endometriosis more than twenty years ago.
We support people with endometriosis all over Germany.
We are no doctors.
We make endometriosis better known to the public.
Do you want to know more?
On our webseite you will find:
You can also send us an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find us on Facebook: /EndometrioseVereinigungDeutschland
Our postal address is:
Endometriose-Vereinigung Deutschland e.V.
Bernhard-Göring-Str. 152, 04277 Leipzig, Germany
On our website we inform about endometriosis as a self-help association.
We are no doctors. If you have any questions about your disease, please contact a doctor.
verified and updated: 2023