Helpful Organizations


Many of the organizations listed below and contact names contain active links to their Websites and emails. 






  • Endometriosis Association (EA)
    8585 N. 76th Place
    Milwaukee, WI  53223
    (800) 992-3636

    They have published 2 books - "Overcoming Endometriosis"
    and "The Endometriosis Sourcebook"

  • WITSENDO  (Medical group: Georgia Reproductive Specialists)

    For women who are interested in treatment & support of endometriosis.  To join their listserv group go to:  and follow the instruction to send an email to:  Leave the subject area blank. In the message write "subscribe witsendo" (leave off the quotes) and provide your first and last name.
    In addition there is a newsgroup who calls themselves  They are available at:

    404 843-2229




Women's Health

  • American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS)
  • 2025 M Street, NW, Suite 800
    Washington, DC 20036-3309

    (202) 367-1167

    AUGS represents health care professionals and scientists who are dedicated to improving the quality of lives for women with pelvic floor disorders (including pelvic prolapse, bowel and bladder problems).

  • National Women's Health Resource Center

  • 157 Broad Street - Suite 315

    Red Bank, NJ  07701

    (877) 986-9472

    Since the late 1980s, the National Women's Health Resource Center, Inc. (NWHRC) has helped millions of women educate themselves about the health topics that concern them the most. The non-profit organization, dedicated to helping women make informed decisions about their health, encourages women to embrace healthy lifestyles to promote wellness and prevent disease.


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