Read Aisling Meath’s Evening Echo article on Endometriosis and sign up to attend HIHI’s FemTech Ireland event at UCC tomorrow
Diagnosis is difficult and typically takes seven to nine years, with women experiencing first symptoms on average at 20 years of age.
The app provides many other tips such as tracking symptoms in order to gain a better understanding of how to communicate with partners, family, employers and the doctor, and aims to manage this chronic illness on an ongoing basis in order for people to live a better quality of life.
“Previously, I had framed my life around not having children, and it’s true that 60% of women who have endometriosis will suffer infertility, but many of us will also go on to have healthy children, and that is a very hopeful message.
Sign up for the event at https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/hihi-femtech-event-below-the-belt-tickets-629831010507
The event runs from 6.15pm to 9pm on Thursday, June 22 at UCC.