We know battling endometriosis can be exhausting and you may feel alone at times. You are NOT alone. There are women right here with Virginia HOPE who are always available and ready to listen to you and be there when you need it the most. Please reach out to any of us on social media such as Facebook or call us on the HOPE Line: 1-800-123-1234.
Doctors specializing in endometriosis treatment (COMING SOON)
We realize it can be difficult to find a doctor to accommodate your needs and provide the right treatment for you. Here you will find a list of doctors that specialize in treating endometriosis in the state of Virginia. This list is constantly updated. PLEASE NOTE: We do not endorse, solicit, or recommended doctors.
If you, or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts please call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org.
There is someone always available to talk to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you have a plan to end your life,or feel you may be at risk, please call 9-1-1 immediately.
People turn to suicide when their emotional pain overwhelms their coping resources; usually most often when people are in the depths of depression-which is treatable.
We understand the effects endometriosis can have on starting a family. The following organizations and documents who can provide support as well as information.
Resolve: The National Infertility Association
Fertility Rights and Responsibilities by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine
Here is an endometriosis symptom checklist. *This is not an official diagnosis and does not replace it.*
Organizations and Support Groups
There are other organizations and groups who also provide great resources for endometriosis. A few of them are listed below:
We partner with our sister organization EndoMarch Team Virginia of the Worldwide EndoMarch to advocate and spread awareness. For more information visit the Worldwide Endometriosis March at www.endomarch.org.
Ya somos MILLONES…
Aun así pocos hablan sobre la Endometriosis.
Al parecer, 176 millones de mujeres y niñas no son suficiente como para que nuestros líderes y los medios de comunicación se involucren y concientizen a nuestra población.
¡No podemos quedarnos de brazos cruzados!
Porque nuestra Endometriosis no termina con el mes de Marzo. Ella sigue creciendo en nuestros cuerpos, afectando todo nuestro entorno.
Seguiremos tocando puertas, junto a ti llevaremos la palabra Endometriosis hasta la luna, si es posible.