PODCAST: Ending ‘endo’…

PODCAST: Ending ‘endo’…

It’s a disease so debilitating it can put a woman’s life on hold – affecting relationships, sex life, career, finances and, in some cases, even fertility.

And despite it affecting one in ten Australian women, most people have never heard of it.

Endometriosis is a life-changing condition for those facing its daily challenges, such as Anna, 19; and 24 year olds Taylor W and Taylor S, who share their stories with Hatch– Story, photo and infographic by Samantha Besgrove

Samantha Besgrove

Samantha Besgrove

Aspiring journalist with a passion for social rights and women's issues. Twitter @sambesgrove


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