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    Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 women over 20 in Canada. Of those
    most will experience symptoms that affect their quality of life; many
    so severe they're unable to function within normal daily paramaters.

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    There is no cure for Endometriosis, no definitive answers as to why
    it occurs. Of the available surgical options, hysterectomy is common
    but does this surgery make the situation better or worse?.

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    Join the discussion to be part of Canada's truly collaborative forum.
    CANEnd works with Health Canada, Researchers, Pharmaceutical
    Firms and GYNs to improve all aspects of Endometriosis Health Care

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In an atmosphere of genuine collaboration and mutual interest, Endometriosis treatments and understanding can soar

A Form designed to eliminate up to 3 Visits to the GYN

One of the most aggravating wastes of time women face when dealing with Fibroids is the wait time for the Specialist. And the MINUTE you walk out that door you don't get to go back for more info; you need to make a new appointment and wait another 3 to 8 months. 

The info you fill in here compiles and is formatted so you can take it to your Doctors Office and leave assured you got all the info you need for that visit. Your visit will be more productive and treatment choices closer to fruition by streamlining these visits. None of the info you input is stored, it's formatted and sent right back to you. 

Cilick to use the CANFib First visit form 

CANFib Educational and Informational Brochures

About Fibroids (Plain English: Symptoms and Solutions in Canada) 
Side Effects, Symptoms or Aging? How to work with changes

In Canada


Out of every 100 women in Canada, 10 experience Fibroids symptoms.



Appx. 25,000 hospital visits annually are Uterine Issue related.