The Doctor Will See You Now is written at a level that everyone with ties to this disease can relate to and understand, but it is also written for doctors with good intentions who lack the knowledge of how to diagnose or treat it. This book is for the “Endo Warriors,” women determined to let the world know their stories so that every woman with this disease—from the thirteen-year old girl who is being told that her pain is “part of becoming a woman” to the woman who has been misdiagnosed for decades—knows she is not alone. Yes, her pain is real. No, she is not crazy. Yes, there is hope.
Living Well with Endometriosis: What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You by Kerry-Ann Morris.
A veritable "manual" of sorts for living well in spite of Endometriosis; this is a book of immeasurable validation, hope and encouragement.
Endometriosis and Other Pelvic Pain by Susan Evans, MD
An in-depth, reader-friendly guide to all aspects of Endometriosis, this book aims to answer all the questions one may have about Endometriosis.
Endometriosis: Healing Through Nutrition by Dian Shepperson Mills
Considered worldwide to be the authoritative nutritional guide to dealing with Endometriosis.
Coping with Endometriosis: A Practical Guide by Glenda Motta,
RN & Robert
Phillips, PhD. A practical guide to understanding, treating and alleviating the challenges of Endometriosis.
Through the Land of Hyster: The Hyster Sisters Guide by Kathy Kelley
Important information, offered with a healthy dose of humor and a touch of sisterhood.
Living With Lung & Colon Endometriosis: Catamenial Pneumothorax by Glynis Wallace.
A personal perspective is written to share information and enlighten the world about an uncommon manifestation of the disease, pulmonary Endometriosis.
Step Right up & Take Your Chances! A Personal Journey by Maureen Linse-Adras.
Both comedic and tear-jerking, this personal narrative will educate and uplift readers about the journey through infertility and adoption.
Reclaim Your LifeYour: Guide to Aid Healing of Endometriosis by Carolyn Leavitt.
This book is written by a woman who had the disease and conquered it, and now
passes on helpful information, ideas, and support to other women.