Do you have PCOS and/or Endometrosis?
I do and my life has been affected by all they mention below.
Consider taking 10-15 To complete this anonymous survey (link below). The emotional and physical challenges associated with these invisible illnesses are very real and affect every part of a woman’s life as an individual, partner and parent. I truly wish there was proper education and support when I was first diagnosed, I’m confident it wouldn’t have been as difficult as it was on me and just about about every single aspect and relationship in my life. 13 years later and I finally feel like I am healing properly. Thankful I followed my heart!
–Study Info Below Shared With Permission–
Associate Professor Kerry O’Brien, Dr. RoseAnne Misajon & Ms. Georgia Rush at Monash University are conducting research.
The aim of this study is to understand the impact of Endometriosis and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome symptoms on women’s social, physical, and mental wellbeing. In the case of this project wellbeing refers to concepts such as quality of life, body image, intimate relationships/family planning and mental wellbeing.