Endometriosis is a chronic debilitating disease that affects 1 in 10 women. It can have serious physical implications for those women suffering from it. It can cause painful periods, pelvic pain, ‘dyspareunia’, (painful intercourse), bowel pain and urinary problems. In addition endometriosis can also make it difficult to conceive.
This complex disease can affect every aspect of life including physical, mental, social, fertility and psychosexual health.
Given the complex nature of this disease, endometriosis requires a team approach, with experts working together in a seamless fashion to deliver good multidisciplinary care.
About the endometriosis centre:
At our endometriosis clinic, we offer you supported and integrated care, provided by a ‘multidisciplinary’ team of Gynaecologists, a Nurse Specialist, Laparoscopic Bowel Surgeons, Urologists and the Pain Team.
Our consultants are expert in the management of all stages of endometriosis, including the most complex surgical techniques. You will be involved in all decisions about your care, and your treatment plans will always be based on what is right for you and your needs.
Our nurse specialist attends the weekly clinic and is also available by telephone to provide you with ongoing support as well as monitoring the impact of your symptoms on your quality of life for up to two years following surgery.
- Mr K Phillips
- Mrs J Allen
Endometriosis Specialist Nurse
- Tamara Wilson
- 01482 624264 ( or 01482 624033 )
- Mr J Gunn
- Mr A Myatt
Pain Management Specialist
- Dr B Culbert
Endometriosis Secretaries: Kath and Dawn, contact:
Location of outpatient clinic:
Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham
Gynaecology Outpatients in the Breast clinic
Contact Number: 01482 622633
Friday morning clinic.
How do I get an appointment?
We accept referrals from any GP or doctor via the normal referral pathways.
HEY-921/2017 — Endometriosis and Surgery
More information is on the Endometriosis UK website.