Some Endo Facts
Endometriosis costs on average $30,000 per EndoWarrior per year
Endometriosis costs the Australian economy approximately $9.7 billion annually
There are over 830,000 EndoWarriors in Australia
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Endometriosis affects 1 in 9 women, girls, and those who are gender diverse
= Approx. 200 million worldwide
You can only be diagnosed through surgical intervention.
There are currently over 830,000 endometriosis patients in Australia.
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The amounts shown are an approximation based on research conducted in 2018.
Symptoms such as pain, cramping, bloating, fatigue and nausea cost endometriosis patients time, money and quality of life.
Lost Work Productivity
Endometriosis costs on average $30,000 per endometriosis patient per year.
In turn, endometriosis costs the
Australian economy approximately
$9.7 Billion annually.
2022 – Managing endometriosis: a cross-sectional survey of women in Australia R O’Hara, H Rowe, J Fisher
2021 – Prevalence and incidence of endometriosis in Australian women: a data linkage cohort study
I Rowlands, J Abbott, G Montgomery, R Hockey, P Rogers, G Mishra
2019 – Endometriosis in Australia: Prevalence and Hospitalisations AIHW
2019 – The Cost of Illness and Economic Burden of Endometriosis and Chronic Pelvic Pain in Australia M Armour, K Lawson, A Wood, C A Smith, J Abbott
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