PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID-19 there is a delay when shipping orders. Please keep this in mind when placing your order.

Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain by Dr Susan Evans
Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain by Dr Susan Evans

Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain by Dr Susan Evans

Regular price
Sold out
Sale price
Unit price
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Dr Susan Evans is a gynaecologist, laparoscopic surgeon and pain physician specialising in the management of Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain.
Ms Deborah Bush QSM is an advocate and educator who has provided counseling and education for girls and women struggling with Endometriosis and Pain for over 20 years.

Together, they answer the questions you've always wanted to ask, in an easy-to-read book for girls and women just like you.

With specific information on how to manage painful periods, stabbing pain, painful sex, back pain, an irritable bowel, bladder pain, menstrual headaches or migraines, pain when you move, fatigue, anxiety, low mood, poor sleep, pain between your legs, and fatigue - it is a book you'll refer back to when you need it for years to come.

Will an operation help my pain? - and what must I ask my gynaecologist before having surgery?
What else could my pain be? - and what can I do about it?
Will I be able to have children? - and how can I improve my fertility?
I'm just sick and tired of feeling sick and tired.

Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain includes real stories of women just like you, who have found answers to their pain.

It's a book for you, your partner, your family, your friends and your doctor.

"Women of all ages, their loved ones - and their physicians - simply must get this book" - Ms Heather Guidone, Endometriosis Research Centre, Florida, USA

"A 'must read' book for anyone whose life is influenced by endometriosis" - Judith Perryn OAM, President Endometriosis Association (QLD) Inc.

"Dr Susan Evans, a recognised specialist in the treatment of endometriosis, has written an easy-to-read comprehensive summary of the up-to-date management of 'endo' ". - Professor Peter Maher, President, International Society Gynaecologic Endoscopy