March is Endometriosis Awareness Month

Use the hashtag #ThisIsEndometriosis in your postings that you talk about Endometriosis this month to help spread the word!

All of our journey’s are different with Endometriosis but it’s important that we stand united in spreading awareness for Endometriosis. It’s an invisible illness and no one will know about it unless we talk about it.

Please share any articles you can(even if they arn’t from this website) and let’s help make this an amazing campaign to help spread awareness!

One idea that Hillary wright on Instagram had was to connect every scar you’ve received from any Endometriosis survey with a pen and post a picture! This is a great idea, and we welcome every to post an image!

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