Endometriosis happens when your womb lining, also known as endometrium, appears outside your uterus in other parts of your body. This painful disorder usually happens in the pelvic area and can manifest anytime between puberty and menopause.

The first symptom is usually pelvic pain and is often associated with your menstruation.

Common symptoms are:

  • Pain during period, intercourse, bowel movements or urination
  • Excessive bleeding during your period
  • Infertility
  • Nausea, fatigue, constipation, bloating especially during your period

Endometriosis Self-Assessment Questionnaire

Are you experiencing symptoms of Endometriosis?

Take this short questionnaire, developed by gynaecologists to help women identify and assess endometriosis-associated symptoms.


Intervention & Treatment

Think you may have Endometriosis? Don’t suffer in silence.

Early diagnosis and treatment may reduce the severity of the disease. Speak to an O&G doctor today to discuss about your symptoms and medical concerns, and seek effective treatment quickly.

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To book an appointment, contact us with your preferred doctor (from the above participating Doctors’ list) & appointment date. 


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