Helpful Links is the global platform which links all stake holders in endometriosis – one of the most common causes of pelvic pain and infertility in women.

International collaboration and exchange of experience enables us to deliver up to date, evidence based, information and news about endometriosis, providing knowledge to empower women to make informed decisions about their treatment options.

Endometriosis UK

With over 1.5 million women in the UK suffering from this painful condition we believe it is essential that those affected by it can find support and information.

Endometriosis UK is the leading national charity dedicated to providing these services. Our information section is full of advice about the condition, how it may affect you and what you can do to help treat it.

We provide a large range of support from our local groups across the country to the helpline. These services are a brilliant resource as they are run by our amazing volunteers, all of whom have been affected by the condition.

We work hard to increase understanding of endometriosis through campaigning, awareness-raising initiatives and research.


TULIP is a brand new, exciting project set up especially to help people with chronic illnesses.

We can offer employment advice and support, help you understand your rights in the workplace and even represent you in the event of a dispute with your employer. We are the only Trade Union to focus entirely on chronic illnesses and we offer membership across all sectors, as our selection criteria is based on your health rather than the industry you work in.

There are many chronic conditions which aren’t classed as disabilities, therefore don’t get the recognition they deserve. Most Trade Unions don’t have much knowledge of these illnesses, but if you join TULIP, an understanding voice is only a phone call away.


Our Mission Statement
“Empowering women with endometriosis to make informed choices”.
Endometriosis SHE Trust (UK)


  1. Empowering women with endometriosis to make informed choices.
  2. Increasing public awareness.
  3. Providing evidence-based information in accessible formats.
  4. Creating alliances with Health Professionals.

Objectives 2013

  1. To raise teenage awareness of endometriosis to facilitate prompt diagnosis and appropriate treatments.
  2. To develop an informative web site which allows open access to the general public.

Together we can make a difference to how endometriosis affects your lives. Alone we are a solitary voice. Together all our voices may be heard.

Please join in  and help us to help those women who feel alone to feel supported – Our hands around the world.


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