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Coping with Endometriosis

As endometriosis has not been widely researched until now, there has been a lack of consistent response from health services. This book organises current knowledge about symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatments in one place. Practical advice is offered on fertility, self-help and support 
Endometriosis

As endometriosis has not been widely researched until now, there has been a lack of consistent response from health services. This book organises current knowledge about symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatments in one place. Practical advice is offered on fertility, self-help and support.

Written with compassion, the book refers throughout to real-life stories. It provides a useful signpost for earlier diagnosis and effective treatment.

This would be a valuable resource to help nurses identify women in need and offer practical advice. It would be a useful text for nurse education, especially in gynaecology, primary care and school nursing courses.

As endometriosis has not been widely researched until now, there has been a lack of consistent response from health services. This book organises current knowledge about symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatments in one place. Practical advice is offered on fertility, self-help and support.

Written with compassion, the book refers throughout to real-life stories. It provides a useful signpost for earlier diagnosis and effective treatment.

This would be a valuable resource to help nurses identify women in need and offer practical advice. It would be a useful text for nurse education, especially in gynaecology, primary care and school nursing courses.

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