Living with Endo: The A-Z of Endometriosis, hosted by Endometriosis Australia's ambassador Ellie Angel-Mobbs.
This special podcast is all about educating and creating awareness for Endo. It will feature exclusive interviews medical professionals providing education in Endometriosis plus some really open and candid chats with Endometriosis Australia Ambassadors, Champions and others in the community affected by this disease.
Living with Endo: The A-Z of Endometriosis is a fortnightly podcast and will be released every other Tuesday morning.
17 surgeries and counting: Laura Furiosi on Living with Endo
Laura Furiosi from Bossy Mummy is a successful QLD-based businesswoman.
She was told she couldn't have children but she now has three beautiful daughter.
She has also had seventeen surgeries for endometriosis. Here she shares her story.
Waiting 2 months for a GP appointment in Regional Australia
Molly is one passionate Regional Endo Warrior. A business owner who supports her staff with endo, Molly is the employer many Endo Warriors wished they could have.
While her business may be thriving, Molly has navigated the tricky and lengthy process of receiving adequate and timely medical care in regional Victoria. Including waiting up to 2 months for an appointment with her local GP.
Listen to Molly's story of resilience and how she's trying to make sure others in her community are supported in managing their condition.
Angie Kent talks Endo, anxiety, eating disorders and much more
After undergoing a recent surgery for her Endo, Angie Kent recounts the story of how she was diagnosed, what has helped her symptom relief, and how she is managing multiple diagnoses in one body including Adenomyosis, PCOS, and Interstitial Cystitis. In a heart-opening interview, Angie reflects on her struggles as a young person with eating disorders and anxiety, and how ensuring she had a team of medical and allied health professionals around her using trial and error has helped to relieve symptoms and made her feel more in control.
Endo Warrior Amina had forgotten what normal bowel movement felt like
For Amina, travelling from Perth to Sydney to find a specialist to treat her endometriosis was a reality she needed to face but one she has no regrets about. Hear her story as she recounts to Ellie the challenges she experienced in receiving a diagnosis and then starting a family.
Sparking endo conversations through fine jewellery
Ellie speaks to inspring Endo Warrior and co-creator of Francesca, Rachel Vasicek who shares how she is stretching awareness of endometriosis across Australia through fine jewellery.
What is period poverty? With Rochelle from Share the Dignity
Out of over 125,000 Aussie respondents to their latest survey, 24% said they have not been able to afford sanitary items at some point in their life. For this week's episode of Living With Endo, Ellie speaks to Rochelle from Share the Dignity Australia, an Endo Warrior herself who shares how she is working to eradicate period poverty in Australia and shares her endometriosis story with us.